Where did it come from?
DevOps is not a new concept, but only recently has catalyzed into a trend that continues to gain grounds. And since the topic is broad, changing dynamically and involves numerous different tools, practices and technologies, its impressions are often contradictory. Let’s start with a clarification!
Why is DevOps important for your Company?
DevOps is an approach focused on collaboration, communication, automation and integration of two worlds. When done right, it results in improving speed, agility and quality of software development.
DevOps brings much more to the table. Stakeholders can benefit from facilitated deployment frequency, which is translating directly into faster time to market, the shorter lead time between fixes and improved time to recovery. Hance, DevOps is a crucial role in IT projects, as all the members of both supplier and buyer teams rely on it and benefit from its skills.
But what does it mean daily? Actually, a lot! When it comes to responsibilities, the work of DevOps engineer translates into:
Researching, suggesting and implementing new technology solutions related to infrastructure, architecture, tools, standards and practices.
Supporting the team with designing, deploying, setup and maintenance of relevant Continuous Integration and Continuous Development environments.
Translating complicated processes into the simplest tools to improve the speed and transparency of software development.
Implementing best practices and managing release processes that are driving effective delivery of high-quality IT apps.
Designing and developing automated cloud deployment solutions.
Introducing and maintaining the balance between a high level of security and daily work convenience of the team members.
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