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What is DevOps?

in Miscellaneous on November 11, 2021

DevOps definition

Development (Dev) + operations (Ops) = DevOps

DevOps is created when development compounds operations. It’s a widely known idea especially when it comes to the cloud technology. DevOps makes it possible to unite people, process and technology together.

How DevOps work?

An organization can have multiple departments and many times these departments need to work together but they don’t have a platform that enables them to work together. So what happens is they work in isolation/silos.

What DevOps does is it gives the different teams in the organization a platform to coordinate and collaborate. The end result of this collaborated work is definitely going to be better than working completely in silos. When the different teams work together and make it a culture for every single product or services they deliver, they can respond better to their customer needs. It helps them deliver faster too.

Overall, DevOps is a software development process that has necessary tools for people to collaborate together. People. Process and Tech/Tools.

DevOps application lifecycle

In a DevOps culture, each organizational department play their role (even a smallest one) to each phases like plan, develop, deliver, and operate.


This phase is for planning. For e.g. decide features of the application that you’re going to build. Not just deciding on the features but thinking about everything how you’ll track the progress, bugs, testing, methodology — everything that creates a nice visualization of the teams working together and defines each teams roles and sets the deadline for each role and tasks.


Just as the name suggests, teams go through the development phase where they code, test, review and finalize a small or a larger level product which will be a production ready.

Teams can automate some tasks to ramp up the development process and use some productive tools on the platform together. Testing can be made automatic as well. Overall Continuous development and integration can be achieved in a smooth collaborative way.


When your team is done developing and testing, it’s time to launch. It’s time to deploy the final product. DevOps fives an option to launch the product into the production environment in a very reliable way. Each team has a set of tasks when it comes to launching and you can also automate some of those tasks.


You’re not just done when you launch the product. What you need to do is to maintain and monitor the launched product. You might find new bugs in the app too that you might have missed in the testing phase. When you constantly monitor your product, you fix the issues immediately if something goes wrong. That creates a great environment for a lesser downtime.

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