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Posted on: January 18-2013 | By : Vijay Veerapaneni | In: Business Agility,Outsourcing and Technology Integration | 8 Comments

To stay competitive, businesses thrive on change. With business driving these product/service changes, development teams have increased their adoption of agile programming methodologies pushing Build phase and Run phase so far apart, every new release induces spikes in support tickets. Since business expects continuous build and deployment for enhancing features, offering more services and simplifying transactions, it is now imperative to change the way development and operations work together.

Development Operations

 

A new evolving discipline ‘DevOps’ brings together two streams- Development, an application and Service development, testing, deployment, scaling and monitoring with key non-functional business requirements. Operations strive to sustain software quality, security, availability, reliability and performance. DevOps makes them programmable and embedded in the build phase so the switch over to Run phase in production environments is unobtrusive.

 

On the floor, often we see divergence – Developers want immediate access to newer computing and storage resources, along with the real-time accommodation of frequent minor app updates, patches, hot fixes and releases. IT operations groups want higher availability and reliability; they thrive on maintaining stability and status quo of the data center’s networked resources and software. DevOps steps in to resolve this diverging interest since it is more about operational concerns, which is becoming more and more programmable. And, operation teams are becoming more comfortable; capable with handling continuous building and deployments in production environments. This synergy helps business in a faster execution of their go—to-market strategies.

 

To sum it up – DevOps is about renewed interests in changing people’s mindset and nature of the environment they work in. It starts with operations teams getting embedded into development right at the beginning. The best thing about DevOps is that it tries to foster behaviors and environment, where people work together towards joint goals.

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Vijay Veerapaneni


Vijay Veerapaneni is a Principal Consultant - Infrastructure Managed Services Group at Syntel,...

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  1. Faiz Shaikh on March 11, 2013 at 11:06 am Says:

    More Interesting on DevOps :
    Refer Article >>> http://searchcloudcomputing.techtarget.com/feature/How-DevOps-brings-order-to-a-cloud-oriented-world

  2. Oakley on April 12, 2013 at 11:44 am Says:

    Nicely explained concept of DevOps – the two streams Development and Operations.

  3. Sil on April 17, 2013 at 1:53 pm Says:

    An interesting read on DevOps – A Way to Exploit Change.

  4. Alex on April 17, 2013 at 3:00 pm Says:

    Can’t disagree on the fact that it is now imperative to change the way development and operations work together.

  5. Chaitanya on March 7, 2014 at 9:40 pm Says:

    Awesome article, well written.

  6. Venkey on February 9, 2016 at 10:54 am Says:

    Thanks for your nicely explained concept on Devops.

  7. devops online training on November 1, 2016 at 9:19 am Says:

    Thank you very much ! You have cleared out the difference between them.

  8. DevOps Consult on March 2, 2017 at 4:34 pm Says:

    Wow. That is so elegant and logical and clearly explained. Keep it up! I follow up your blog for feature post.

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