Making the Case for DevOps
We’ve been back in the lab, sharpening up our AWS DevOps tools, and it reminded us that not everyone is on board yet. Many in SaaS and cloud computing figured it out a while ago. In 2021, the DevOps market size is estimated to be over $7 billion, and it’s expected to grow at a CAGR of over 20% from 2022 to 2028. And that begs the question WHY? We’re here to answer questions like that, so we’re making the case for DevOps in your software efforts.
DevOps in 15 Seconds
DevOps combines software development and IT operations to shorten development cycles, provide continuous delivery, and deliver high software quality. It means Development plus Operations, a collaboration between development and operations. DevOps optimizes building and deploying software code, reducing deployment times from days to minutes. It entails building a culture where individuals, teams, and the organization focus on streamlining communication, standardizing environments, and automating processes. The most successful implementations bridge gaps between the business, development teams, operations, and infrastructure.
Advantages of DevOps