This Is How DevOps Will Look Like In 10 Years Time

In this competitive business world, it has become critical for the enterprise organisations to make their customers highly satisfied, and moderately stay ahead of their core competitors. With the fast growth in the acceptance of digital practices, organisations are enforced to search for steady streams to deliver new and compelling services for grabbing exceptional customer experiences every time. In the last couple of years, a strong shift called ‘DevOps’ has been introduced to smoothen and faster the transitions between the Development and Operations teams of the organisations. As it is a new concept in the business market, this article illustrates about DevOps, and the role it plays in an organisation.


What is DevOps?

If you ask the same question to ten different people, then you are likely to get ten different answers for it. Because, there still exists a lot of uncertainties among the people with the role of DevOps, and its core significance for continuous business deliveries.

As defined in Wikipedia, DevOps is “a development methodology containing a set of practices intended to bridge the gap between the Development and Operations teams, and emphasize continuous integration, quality assurance, communication and collaboration, and delivery with automated deployment”.  

Well, this is a fair definition, but still somewhat appears to be vague. In simple words, DevOps can be explained as the operations team performing with the engineers to get the things done quickly in an automated and repeatable manner.

DevOps practices assist the enterprises to boost their digital transformations, and quickly deliver the applications and software changes to the production departments. With proper alignment, the development and operations teams will undergo improved communications for quickly sharing the feedbacks.

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