DevOps provides you with the tools to evolve your software at a faster pace and innovate, quickly and safely.
DevOps is an approach to software development aimed at accelerating the processes that lead from concept to deployment in a much more efficient and secure way than any traditional approach through the use of automation and self-service within the development team.
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The purpose of the SRE approach is to increase the reliability of systems: it is a set of principles, practices and organizational constructs that allows both to make the existing work and to innovate it. This second aspect is fundamental, because one of the objectives of the SRE is not only to keep the promises made about the management of the systems, but also to do so while the services are constantly improved incrementally with new features. Read this article if you need an introduction to SRE to understand what benefits it brings.
DevOps (from the English contraction of development, ‘development’, and operations, or ‘putting into production’ or ‘deployment’) is a software development methodology that aims at communication, collaboration and integration between developers and operations staff. DevOps means synergy between corporate culture, practices and tools. It aims to provide maximum agility to an organization to develop applications and services.
This approach allows for the evolution and improvement of products at a faster rate than traditional software development and infrastructure management processes. Facebook, Spotify and Netflix are just some of the giants of the web who have understood the benefits of this methodology. The approach aims to merge the entire application life cycle into a single unit: development, testing, delivery and security, with the advantage that each member of the team acquires global knowledge and not just of their specific domain.
The team always aims to achieve greater efficiency and autonomy, which is why all automation processes are the basis of the DevOps approach. The ability to minimize manual activities has the benefit of reducing errors and waste. For this we use techniques and tools such as Container, Continuous Integration, Continuous Delivery, Infrastructure as code, Microservices, Build pipeline. In this regard, we have written a post that summarizes the Best DevOps Tools according to our experience.
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