The DevOps concept, in which the acronym DevOps is made of a combination of words “development” and “operations”, relates to corporate culture, automation, and optimal design. The DevOps approach automates processes between IT specialists and software development, increasing efficiency and speed of software product development.

Devops as a services is not only about facilitating collaboration between development and operations teams, but more a holistic and powerful strategy to improve operational processes and corporate culture.

According to the 2017 State of DevOps Report, high performing organizations that use devops consulting services spend 21 percent less time on redundant work and have 5 times lower failure rate than their lower performance counterparts.



The most substantial advantages of DevOps

Release frequency

As a result of continuous testing, monitoring, and iterating on feedback with smaller but more frequent deployments, DevOps approach allows to significantly reduce time-to-market.

Process optimization

The backbone of the DevOps approach is automation, which is aimed at enhancing enterprise efficiency by reducing routine repetitive tasks, providing thereby more time for creative and important tasks and processes.

Bug reduction

On a technical level, DevOps implies a combination of continuous delivery and agile development methods. This allows to reduce the complexity of software development life cycles. Subsequently, it also lowers the number of occurred bugs.

Some perks of using DevOps

1.   Transparency 

As, in DevOps, most of the processes are consistently automated and standardized, companies gain more transparency as well as constant feedback over the entire software development process. Devops services are also able to resolve any legacy issues that arise. 

2.   Productive team 

According to the State of DevOps report, employees in high-performing organizations were 2.2 times more inclined to recommend their organizations as a convenient place to work.

The strongest DevOps players are those who understand the importance of teamwork and collaboration. For DevOps operations to be successful, all stakeholders have to be involved. DevOps approach brings developer and operation teams together, enhancing their collaboration and closer integration. Therefore, with continuous delivery and automation, DevOps increases the efficiency of IT processes, so that the expected results are achieved more quickly. 

3.   Continuous software delivery 

The DevOps approach helps to combine standard models of software development and IT operations. This enables faster release cycles and minimizes the risk of untested elements.

4. Costs savings. 

DevOps initiatives not only drive innovation that add value to business, but also reduce the cost of software provisioning and upgrades, offsetting excess capital costs, reducing project complexities and over budget. It is likely that with a comprehensive DevOps strategy in place, companies will significantly reduce operational costs, increasing business profitability.


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