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iMuons is here to help you get your DevOps adoption strategy started and overcome your doubts about being prepared for DevOps. While doing so iMuons will help you define a clear roadmap by which you can overcome the hurdles on your way to successful adoption and integration.
What is DevOps?
‘DevOps’ clearly is a word coined from the terms ‘Development’ and ‘Operations’. The ‘development’ here is in terms of software development and ‘operations’ is the operations in any IT organization.
Introduced to the world in 2009 in the European country of Belgium it has brought a major cultural shift and has been a game changer as to how the service-oriented organizations work.
The main trait of DevOps is to strongly backup automation and monitor all steps of software construction, right from integration, testing, releasing to deployment and infrastructure management. DevOps aims at shorter development cycles, increased deployment frequency, and more dependable releases, in close alignment with business objectives.
The DevOps toolchain is a combination of tools that support the delivery, development, and management of applications throughout the software development life cycle. An organization that uses DevOps practices:
- Code — Code Development And Review.
- Build — Continuous Integration Tools, Build Status.
- Test — Continuous Testing Tools That Provide Feedback.
- Package — Artifact Repository, Application Pre-Deployment Staging.
- Release — Change Management, Release Approvals.
- Configure — Infrastructure Configuration And Management.
- Monitor — Applications Performance Monitoring
How DevOps Works
The engineers work across the entire application life cycle, from development and testing to deployment to operations, and develop a range of skills that is not limited to a single function. In some DevOps models, quality assurance and security teams may also become more closely integrated with development and operations and throughout the application life cycle. Below are the benefits of DevOps:
- Improved Collaboration
- Rapid Delivery