What Is DevOps And
Why Is It So Important?

5 basics you should definitely know about DevOps!

1. What is DevOps?

DevOps is a software engineering culture and practice that aims at unifying
software development (Dev) and software operations (Ops).

Source: Wikipedia, DevOps

In other words – DevOps is basically using agile principles. With a team consisting of cross-functional members all working in collaboration, DevOps organizations can deliver with maximum speed, functionality, and innovation.

2. Does DevOps Matter?

Yes, it does! The IT industry is adopting DevOps at an increasing rate. Organizations that want to stay ahead of the competition need to ensure that they create and deliver innovative applications faster and more efficiently.

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3. What are the Benefits of the DevOps Approach?

DevOps is here to stay – for some very good reasons.
Organizations are realizing a wide range of real, measurable benefits in its implementation.

4. How Does DevOps Affect Me?

Every business is unique in its organizational structure, there is no strict route to follow when implementing DevOps. Realize that it is not enough to use different modern tools.

  • People

    It is important to initiate the culture change by establishing better collaborative capabilities and more flexibe, efficient teamwork.

  • Process

    It is not a single task -- more of a term used to substitute a list of several practices.

  • Products

    Finally, don’t treat it as a project – it is a continuous process of collaborative improvement.

As a software customer, you may only have to implement the Ops part, since development is outside your scope. That doesn‘t mean it‘s less important.

  • Include your software vendor in your feedback process
  • Build a solid continuous delivery pipeline to be able to act agile
  • Deploy on demand

5. How to Get Started With DevOps?

Getting started with DevOps involves creating the right culture, identifying business challenges and spotting bottlenecks that need to be removed within the delivery pipeline.


*The premise behind ‘Shift left‘ is to expedite tasks that are typically done at later stages during development – for example design thinking or testing.

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