DevOps


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DevOps

(DEVelopment OPerationS) The tighter relationship between the developers of applications and the IT department that tests and deploys them. DevOps is said to be the intersection of software engineering, quality assurance and operations.

The term was coined in Ghent, Belgium in 2009 when the Devopsdays 2009 conference provided discussions on agile software development, Kanban, software deployment and related subjects. Devopsdays events have taken place around the world ever since. See agile software development and Kanban.
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This research evaluates the DevOps ecosystem, its impact in the enterprise, and provides case study analysis.
founder and CEO Darshan Puttannaiah said, "A majority of large enterprises attempting to scale agile development efforts over the next five years will recognize the need for continuous delivery and devops for launching products to market.
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DevOps is one such new way of working, which is gaining attention from the government sector.
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