4 Promising Benefits of DevOps for Business
November 8, 2017 | DevOps, Emerging Technologies, Technology
Is Adopting DevOps for Business is a Good Choice?
The word DevOps has been in news for a recent couple of years in the world of information technology. It comprises two words, that is, Development & Operations. Many people at different times have spoken about it on different platforms, but their professional technical language lags us behind in getting the real concept about DevOps.
What do we understand by DevOps?
If we talk about the process of software development, it can’t be concluded in a single step. In the process, first, the team becomes savvy of all the requirements, a design is created, type of code will be determined by a particular software and based upon these codes a software would be developed by a software developer company. Now, the prepared software will be sent to the market, if it works fine, well and good!
But in case if users find problems, it would boomerang towards the developer for its debugging to remove the errors. This process is quite outdated nowadays and is substituted by a new method of software development called DevOps. But due to the traditional process and systems still running in many IT infrastructure organizations, the benefits of DevOps cannot be enjoyed to the fullest.
Know the 4 Key Business Benefits of DevOps
#1. No Wastage of Time and Energy
In the conventional method, software developing companies used to first design and develop the complete software based on states requisites and then released it to the market. If any user found the software erroneous, it was sent back for debugging.
This led to a huge amount of wastage of the time and energy both for software developers, as they have to make changes in the entire software, as well as for clients/end users. With DevOps stepping in the IT world today, it holds extremely high value because of product integration, testing, releasing and infrastructure.
#2. Faster and Safer Output
DevOps always promises to deliver faster features as per the increasing demands for security and availability. And it has a high quality of collection and collaboration with IT value chain. The chain starting from business, to the development, carrying out of operations and running IT infrastructure.
#3. Prevents company’s downfalls and takes care of involved technicalities
In DevOps, you are not giving the final product to your consumer in one go, but in series. Let’s understand it with the help of an example. Suppose any company like Google, Facebook etc. wants to modify some of their existing software, and then this will be processed in terms of a series of segments and not in just one step.
So, if any error is found in the first step, then the error would be fixed by the software developer again by debugging, and the improved second version will be released for users. In case it again shows discrepancies for time and again, they will remove this feature permanently.
Other features would also be tested in a similar fashion of small steps, rather than introducing the whole software at once. This method is applicable to the new software as well and not just limited to the introduction of new features in the existing software.
IT infrastructure programs that are able to adopt software practices, such as test automation, continuous infrastructure delivery, fast test and learn approach to infrastructure management – would most likely maintain and update large-scale automation programs and resolve issues instantly.
#4. The latest approach adopted by Companies in terms of DevOps
Companies that understand talent needs and know how to meet them have a competitive era. As per the requirements infrastructure and building cloud software platforms at scale, talent has shifted from system administrators to software engineers who are skilled at building and managing code.
Better talent implies more focus on the customer, quick operations, and enhanced delivery insights. Companies are updating their strategies of talent-acquisition and seeking out DevOps and cloud engineers with software-engineering experience in order to apply for new infrastructure-as-code technologies.
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