IT - DevOps

How To Combine DevOps And Agile
DevOps.com, January 9th, 2020
In recent years, application development and deployment have become an increasingly critical part of business operations. Because of this, various entities have sought to optimize their product development process

"This has led to a rise in the popularity of DevOps, which is designed for that purpose. In simple words, the DevOps application during the software development process reduces the number of steps necessary to bring software to market. These faster releases and streamlined processes mean swift user feedback.

DevOps implementation focuses also on the software scalability, how well it could be deployed and also its monitoring and maintenance after the future releases However, there is also a downside to traditional DevOps benefits. The system does not include the kind of continuous testing and improvement that Agile offers.

This has led to Agile practices being overwhelmingly focused on what you might define as the development aspects of software delivery. Though, there is less focus on operational aspects..."


10 DevOps Trends To Watch In 2020
The Enterprisers Project, January 10th, 2020
Where is DevOps headed this year? Let's examine key trends around topics including training, metrics, and tools

"In 2019, we saw numerous successful DevOps initiatives across large and small enterprises. If you were involved in one, congratulations! But what can we expect for the future of DevOps in 2020?

As thought leaders in the DevOps community, we believe the following ten trends will shape the next year of DevOps across the globe..."


4 Habits Of Effective DevOps Engineers
ZDNet, January 9th, 2020
Knowing and realizing the strengths and weaknesses of technologies is a massive superpower and can really help empower your DevOps career when you make decisions

"For those interested in expanding or developing their forte in DevOps, an open mind may be your best tool. Successful DevOps engineers are always learning, as they actively endeavor to understand both the coding and delivery sides of the equation, while keeping the business problem front and center. And, importantly, they try to avoid over-engineering their solutions or processes..."

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