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“DevOps is best summed up as the union of people, process, and tools. It’s an alignment of the development and operations teams, the automation of development, test, and release processes, and the selection of a consistent set of tools used to facilitate automation of the build, test, and release cycles. The goal of adopting a DevOps approach is to create a streamlined product development lifecycle that removes, to the greatest degree possible, errors that are introduced through manual steps.” Fair Use Source: Familiar, Bob; Barnes, Jeff (2017-06-05). Business in Real-Time Using Azure IoT and Cortana Intelligence Suite: Driving Your Digital Transformation (Kindle Locations 5-7). Apress.

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DevOps is a set of practices that combines software development (Dev) and IT operations (Ops). It aims to shorten the systems development life cycle and provide continuous delivery with high software quality. DevOps is complementary with Agile software development; several DevOps aspects came from the Agile methodology.

“DevOps is the blending of tasks performed by a company's application development and systems operations teams. The term DevOps is being used in several ways. In its most broad meaning, DevOps is an operational philosophy that promotes better communication between development and operations as more elements of operations become programmable. In its most narrow interpretation, DevOps describes the part of an organization’s information technology (IT) team that creates and maintains infrastructure. The term may also be used to describe a team of software engineers who strategically look at the entire software delivery chain, overseeing shared services and championing the use of new development tools and best practices.”

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devops.txt · Last modified: 2019/01/20 16:58 by Cloud Monk Losang Jinpa PhD MCSE MCT Microsoft Cloud Ecosystem DevOps Engineer