What is DevOps?
Patrick Debois, who’s often called “the father of DevOps”, coined the word “DevOps” in 2009.
As the word depicts, it was formed by combining two words: “development” and “operations”.
DevOps is a collaborative way of developing and deploying software.
DevOps (a portmanteau of development and operations) is a software development method that stresses communication, collaboration
and integration between software developers and information technology (IT) operation professionals.
• DevOps is an approach based on agile and lean principles in which business owners, development, operations, and quality assurance
team collaborate to deliver software in a continuous stable manner
• DevOps is an environment that promotes cross practicality, shared business tasks and belief
• DevOps is a movement that improves IT service delivery agility
• DevOps is a culture that promotes better working relationship within the company
• DevOps is a set of practices that provides rapid, reliable software delivery
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