DevOps Series: What is DevOps?

What is DevOps

DevOps is a combination of development and operations field to build and run application effectively. It is a philosophy which aims at blending the operations and developers teams for improving productivity and coact by code deployments, automating infrastructure and continuous monitoring of applications.

                                                   “Development + Operations == Better Service”

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DevOps is the agile methodology based culture which performs a task of resource management, communication and good teamwork to achieve speed, stability and innovation.

DevOps is not a toolset, it is a culture and combination of Dev, QA and Operations team work together to give best out of all. And it all Starts from developing to testing to deployment with the help of active communication and removing limitations of infrastructure so dev and ops won’t blame either for failure and which removes scenario of working on my machine and it’s ops fault that it is not working on server and even ops can’t say that it’s developers fault.

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The goal of DevOps is to change and improve relationship through better communication and collaboration between the developer and operational team.

DevOps toolchain includes the following phases from development and deployment:-

  1. Plan/Code

  2. Build

  3. Continuous Integration

  4. Deploy

  5. Operate

  6. Continuous Feedback


Benefits of having DevOps:-

Technical benefits:

  • Software delivery is continuous.

  • Reduces Complexity in problems.

  • The faster approach to resolve problems.

  • Manpower is reduced.

Business benefits:

  • The high rate of delivering its features.

  • Stable operating environments.

  • More time gained to Add values.

  • Enabling faster feature time to market.

Commonly Used tools by DevOps:-

  • Git → Version Control

  • Docker → Container Virtualization at the process level

  • Vagrant → Virtualization

  • Jenkins → Continuous integration tools with orchestration support

  • Ansible, Chef, Puppet → Configuration management


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