Jhelum Waghchaure

As the world of software evolves, it is transiting from a collection of modules to an integrated system. DevOps is one of the best examples of this evolutionary phase.

Development and Operations are two important arms of any IT organization. Traditionally they have been isolated, which led to challenges like lack of synchronization between teams, restricted speed due to inter-dependencies, and everything summing up to slow growth.

DevOps originated to synchronize the activities of developers and their operations team counterparts. The aim was to ensure that the two teams worked closely to maintain the stability of the application after the code was released into production.

DevOps Way: A Cultural Shift

The innovations from the information technology industry have changed the world like never before. But there have been processes that were manual and slow. DevOps moves these traditional methods to automated ones. It has instilled a technology stack and tools that help the applications to evolve consistently and quickly. The big plus of the DevOps application is that the engineers become independent. They can deploy codes and leverage an infrastructure without dependency. This results in further speeding up the tasks.

DevOps Lifecycle

DevOps Lifecycle

DevOps and SDLC

DevOps has induced an important change in the Software Development Life cycle (SDLC). The segregated roles between the development and operations teams merged as they became "continuous." DevOps has introduced a new set of SDLC phases, i.e., Continuous Development, Continuous Integration, Continuous Testing, Continuous Deployment, Continuous Monitoring, Continuous Feedback, and Continuous Operations.

  • Continuous Development: It includes the planning and coding phases of the application and sometimes helps with the version-control mechanisms.
  • Continuous Integration: The phase is about improving the application by frequently integrating its components. It assures that code modifications do not disturb the build or cause other issues.
  • Continuous Testing: The stage encompasses automated, constant, and prescheduled code tests as the application code is written or updated.
  • Continuous Deployment: It implies that the deployment process takes place constantly so that the code modification does not impact the functioning of a high-traffic website.
  • Continuous Monitoring: The phase allows automated supervising of the system that identifies compliance issues and security risks at each stage of the DevOps process.
  • Continuous Feedback: The feedback phase ensures that software automatically sends out information about the end-user experiences.
  • Continuous Operations: The last phase involves automating the application's release and all its updates and helps developers provide more time to focus on development.

The Benefits of DevOps

Some of the important benefits that DevOps have introduced are:

  • Simplified Provisioning of Infrastructure: Provisioning of infrastructure is automated in DevOps. Adding an infrastructure code in the existing development tool gives the developer independence to instill infrastructure like Docker or OpenShift.
  • Frequent Incremental Updates: With DevOps, organizations can deploy more updates than organizations that use traditional software development practices.
  • Streamlined Communication: Automating the software delivery process binds the workflows and responsibilities of the development and operations team, aligning the communication across various departments.
  • Enhanced Delivery Attributes: DevOps can deliver solutions with better speed, security, and reliability due to continuous Integration. The team can work proactively as constant monitoring and logging help track the applications' performance.

DevOps has set an "Elevated Route" for the software industry. Every organization in the industry will soon be taking this promising path, harnessing the power of DevOps.

Discover DevOps Culture with V2Solutions

V2Solutions has been providing holistic digital transformation solutions for its clients across the globe for various industries. We have the best-skilled people and experience to provide seamless DevOps solutions. Automated workflow, better resource utilization, and better visibility are just a few benefits from the endless list that our clients are experiencing. The optimal quality of solutions delivered has repeatedly reinforced our customer-centric culture for the past 2 decades. DevOps cannot be an exception!

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