Why Did DevOps Become So Popular? 3 Theories
DevOps.com, July 22nd, 2019
August 4, 2019,
Volume 256, Issue 5

In honor of the 10-year anniversary of DevOps, I'd like to explore these questions

"The very basic history of DevOps goes like this: First, there was agile, an idea exemplified in the Agile Manifesto that gained prominence among software developers in the early 2000s," writes Chris Tozzi in DevOps.com.

"Then, in 2008, Patrick Debois, a developer from Belgium, conceived of DevOps as a way to improve upon the agile concept by encouraging developers to work more closely with ITOps teams. His ideas began spreading in 2009. By the early 2010s, they had gained a sizable following and the rest is history..."

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