When the concept of DevOps was first conceived about 10 years ago, few thought it would become so instrumental in the way the software is being developed and deployed.
Why aren't more companies implementing DevOps?
Maturity can only take place in a company when two opposing parties realise they must find common ground, says Jaco Viljoen, agile consultant at IndigoCube.
DevOps has shifted from digital unicorn to a results-driven raven that can transform business potential.
DevOps and agility requirements are putting immense pressure on the IT ops team.
DevOps is not about making IT easier or more efficient; it stands or falls on how well it helps the whole company win, says Jaco Viljoen, agile specialist at IndigoCube.
The move to agile methodology, DevOps adoption and API proliferation is forcing a disruption in the testing market.
App deployment at the push of a button.
If the application economy is the fuel that drives innovation, DevOps is the crucial component of that fuel.
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The DevOps process should be embraced in order for companies to benefit from its assistance.
The automation and accountability of the continuous loop of development and operations helps to accelerate innovation.