What is DevOps

What is DevOps was last modified: December 30th, 2019 by Stackmasters

Definition

 
DevOps is a set of practices, that — together with a transformation in the organizational culture — enables speed and reliability in the application lifecycle.

Improving efficiency and transparency across the development and IT operations teams, DevOps practices allow for faster product implementations and improvements, without the barriers imposed by traditional software development and infrastructure management processes. Low time-to-market enables business teams to offer software-related products in a competitive and sustainable fashion.

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