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DevOps is a set of practices that work to automate and integrate processes between software development and IT teams so that they can build, test, and publish software faster and more reliably. The term DevOps is coined by combining the words “development” and “operations” and refers to a cultural shift that bridges the gap between development and operations teams.

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DevOps is a set of practices that work to automate and integrate processes between software development and IT teams so that they can build, test, and publish software faster and more reliably. The term DevOps is coined by combining the words “development” and “operations” and refers to a cultural shift that bridges the gap between development and operations teams.

DevOps's Benefits;

Fast Delivery:Increase the frequency and speed of releases so you can refresh and improve your product faster. The faster you release new features and fix bugs, the faster you can respond to your customers’ needs and gain a competitive advantage. Continuous integration and continuous delivery are applications that automate the software release process from build to distribution.

Reliability: Ensure the quality of application updates and infrastructure changes to deliver reliably at a higher speed while providing a positive experience for end users. Implement continuous integration and continuous delivery strategies to test that every change is functional and secure. Monitoring and recording apps keep you up to date with performance in real time.

Scale: Run and manage your infrastructure and development processes at scale. Automation and consistency help you manage complex or changing systems efficiently and with less risk. For example, infrastructure as code; helps you manage your development, test, and production environments in a repeatable and more efficient way.

Improved Collaboration:You can build more effective teams under a DevOps cultural model that emphasizes values like ownership and accountability. Developers and operations teams collaborate closely, share many responsibilities and unify workflows. This model reduces inefficiencies and saves time.

Security: Act quickly while maintaining control and compliance. You can adopt the DevOps model without sacrificing security, using automatic compliance policies, granular controls, and configuration management techniques.