Monday, June 1, 2020

Why DevOps


Why DevOps

DevOps (Development Operations) is a pioneering development a method comprising of just a few set of processes that synchronize to integrate development teams and processes to supplement software development. DevOps' is in huge demand because it creates an agile relationship between development and IT operations allowing organizations to create and modify their products at a comparatively brisk pace than available traditional software development methods.
Click on below video to see the introduction of DevOps


Use Of DevOps tools
DevOps is basically a combination of various cultural philosophies, practices, and tools. These tools enhance an organization's ability to provide applications and services at high velocity, assisting them in evolving and improving products at a brisker pace than the organizations using traditional software development and infrastructure management processes.
Popular DevOps Tools
Nagios and Icinga Infrastructure monitoring is an area that has numerous solutions from Zabbix to Nagios to various other open-source tools.
Ansible
Docker
Kubernetes
ELK – Elasticsearch, Logstash, Kibana – via Logz.io. ...
Jenkins

DevOps Demand

Increased efficiency via DevOps helps to increase the development process and it also limits the probability of errors. According to some researches, the rate of execution has boosted up quite noticeably.
In the year 2016, nearly 65percent  of global organizations had initiated adopting  self-development, 19 percent had not adopted DevOps and 15 percent were still in the decision-making zone. Comparatively in the year 2017, global organizations which had adopted DevOps were seventy-four percent, 16 percent had not adopted DevOps and 10 percent were still in the indecisive mode.
1. More stress on innovation, faster Innovation due to Shorter Development Cycles
The different response from the development and operations teams generally makes it difficult to assess the operational capability of an application. The cycle times are undesirably increased when development teams simply propose a request. The team’s applications can be used briskly only the collective efforts of development and operation teams. The ability to innovate quicker than the rival companies gives the company a cutting edge in the market and translates into a success.
2.  Improved operational support and faster fixes
Programming defects are the pivotal factors for the failure of the teams in the implementation process. DevOps with their unique shorter development cycles support frequent code versions which automatically results in making it convenient to detect code defects. Therefore, just by adopting agile programming principles that demand standard programming and collaboration, teams can definitely utilize their time to reduce the number of implementation failures. When you expect some failure, recovery time is always a critical issue. But working collectively by development and operations teams makes the recovery process faster as they exchange ideas and are well aware of the challenges of both teams during the development process.
3. Collaborative Work Culture
Improved DevOps software advocate better communication and collaboration between development and IT operations which in turn leads to more production and a very pleasing area of working. There comes a radical change in work culture, it becomes focused on performance rather than individual goals. A congenial environment leads teams to experiment and innovate more effectively. Teams trust each other and can concentrate solely on bringing the product to market or production at their earliest and their key performance indicators must be organized accordingly. It results in shunning the work culture of passing the application to the various processes and a long wait to observe what is happening. There is no requirement for another team to solve a problem. Collective efforts by all individuals to a common goal also lead to transparency in work. These tools definitely encourage gradual regular learning combined with comprehensive and transparent sharing of knowledge
4. Enhanced Competency
High efficiency helps accelerate development and makes it less prone to errors. There are various modes to automate DevOps tasks. The code testing process can be automated by continuous integration servers which in turn reduce the required amount of manual work resulting in helping software engineers. Now they can concentrate on finishing tasks that cannot be automated.
Speeding up tools are another way to enhance efficiency. For example:
The team’s access to hardware resources can be increased by scalable infrastructures, such as cloud-based platforms which in turn, accelerate testing and deployment. The code can be compiled more quickly by acceleration tools. Delays can be easily avoided by integrating parallel workflows into the continuous delivery chain. It makes the use of a development environment, a different testing environment, and a third implementation unnecessary if we use an environment only.

 5. Financial Gains
All the advantages of DevOps result in decreased general costs with an estimated cut of nearly thirty percent and nearly thirty-five percent less requirement of IT staff. Collaborative working also results in cross-skilling and self-improvement too.


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