DevOps is a philosophy and practice focused on agility, collaboration, and automation within IT and development team processes.DevOps is the response to the “us vs. them” culture of development.
The principles of DevOps often extend the lean agile mindset to operations primarily with a focus on automation and tooling to accomplish faster deployment.
DevOps in Organization
Establish an agile development process
Adopt cloud computing
Adapt your processes to a CI and CD workflow
Automate your software deployment
Automate software testing
Implement continuous deployment
Benefits of DevOps
Faster time to market
Greater user/customer satisfaction
Early detection and correction of issues
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The DevOps implementation strategy developed on six fundamental factors, which include Speed, Rapid Delivery, Reliability, Scale, Improved Collaboration and Security.
Infrastructure automation enables organizations to set up operating frameworks that allow smooth functionality with enhanced usage, minimal scope for error and faster deployment of code. The process of infrastructure automation eases development and operations processes by introducing good deployment practices such as computerized testing and versioning.
Taking advantage of cloud computing allows you to get closer to your customers, move at the speed of the market, and focus your team on innovation.
Customers today want everything done in minutes. They want instant gratification, and as a company, you must be able to adapt quickly to meet their changing needs.
Moving to the cloud gives you the speed and flexibility you need to engage with the changing market.
Auto Scaling allows your application to always have the compute capacity needed and reduces the need to manually monitor server capacity. You can autoscale based on incoming requests (front-end) or number of jobs in the queue and how long jobs have been in the queue (back-end).
As cloud infrastructure becomes more complex, cloud costs become more opaque and difficult to track. The “pay for what you use” model used by most public cloud providers adds to the difficulty: If usage is monitored and managed appropriately, this model can result in significant savings, but it’s also easy for costs to spiral out of control. This is doubly true if decision making is decentralized across an organization, with individuals able to spin up instances (and accrue costs) with little or no accountability. Thus, it’s important for enterprises to employ a cloud cost management strategy to make the most of their infrastructure and keep costs down.
DevOps workflow provides a visual overview of the sequence in which input is provided. Also, it tells about which one action is performed, and output is generated for an operations process:
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