What is DevOps  - SSTTEK Academy


DevOps is a culture, philosophy, and collaboration methodology that aims to integrate software development and software operations processes and enhance collaboration between these processes. It derives from the combination of “Development” and “Operations.” 

The primary goal of DevOps is to break down barriers between software development and operations teams, improve communication and collaboration, enable rapid software deployment, and ensure secure operation. This leads to faster software releases, quicker responses to customer feedback, and increased efficiency in business processes. 

Key principles of DevOps include: 

  • Continuous Integration and Continuous Deployment (CI/CD): Automating the software development process and frequently testing, integrating, and deploying code helps in early error detection and makes software available more quickly. 
  • Automation: Automating processes ensures repeatability, speed, and reliability. Automation can be applied in various areas from code writing to testing, deployment, and managing operational processes. 
  • Code and Infrastructure Management: Reducing the distinction between code and infrastructure management ensures that software is more consistent and reliable. Infrastructure components, like code, should be version-controlled and changes should be traceable. 
  • Collaboration and Communication: Clear communication and collaboration between development and operations teams are fundamental to successful DevOps implementation. Open communication channels and breaking down barriers between teams lead to faster issue resolution. 

DevOps makes software development processes faster, more reliable, and more efficient, helping organizations gain a competitive advantage. 

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