What is DevOps

What is DevOps

DevOps combines cultural philosophies, practices, and tools that increase an organization's ability to develop and deliver applications efficiently and accurately at high velocity and provide continuous delivery using Agile software development. It helps organizations evolve and improve products and services faster than organizations using traditional software development and infrastructure management processes. 

The benefits of DevOps
DevOps speeds up the delivery of software features and modifications through automated testing and integration. DevOps helps developers keep an eye on the product throughout its entire life-cycle, including software updates and bugs. It decreases the time to monitor, locate, and fix bugs, which accelerates time-to-market. Use Value Stream Mapping in DevOps to identify production bottlenecks and processes that don't add value and improve them to create value faster.
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