Top things to know when doing DevOps with our engineers



The software development process is not easy, it can take time and effort from several people to be successful. Having a DevOps engineer is vital for everything to flow correctly.


DevOps can be defined as a collaborative practice between engineers, developers, and everyone who works on software and technology. An Agile and Lean methodology is used.


DevOps combines development and operations to increase the efficiency, speed, and security of software development and delivery compared to traditional processes.


When teams embrace a DevOps culture, they have the ability to respond to customers faster, trust in the applications they build increases, and business goals are achieved quickly.




What is DevOps?


According to the definition given by Microsoft, DevOps is a compound of development (Dev) and operations (Ops), translating this as the union of people, processes and technology to provide value to customers continuously.


This process is one that can bring valuable benefits to all companies that apply it. Among the most relevant are:


Faster and more frequent delivery of updates and features that will not only satisfy customers, but also help your business gain a foothold in a competitive marketplace.

Collaboration between the development and operation teams and the frequent capture of user feedback lead to a significant improvement in product quality.


In this whitepaper we are going to take a look at the main tasks and functions that our engineers perform when they take on the DevOps role, making sure that everything works correctly and can meet the needs of the customer.

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