What Future Holds for DevOps
With the implementation of modern DevOps practices, it's important for IT companies to
not to get left behind. In the year of 2016, DevOps was all about security, enhancements,
and containerization. However, like every year, the trends have changed quite a lot for the
year of 2017. Till date, the prime challenge for DevOps was in the understanding. According
to some, it is a collection of concepts, for some, it is a movement. However, it is a
combination of two terms, which are developments and operations.
DevOps is a new term, where professionals from operations and development departments
participate in the entire service lifecycle which starts from design and development and
ends in production support stage. Additionally, it is characterized by autonomous teams and
continuous learning environment. So, here we are listing out some of the key trends that
we can see in the upcoming days.
Till date, organizations have experimented with DevOps in small projects. Though experts
believe that large organizations will fully adopt DevOps in 2017, after finally taking the
center stage, it will help developers, QA, and testing professionals, business professionals,
and operations personnel to collaborate in an enhanced way.
Nowadays, security is one of the prime concerns for most of the organizations. With more
sophisticated attacks and smarter hackers, companies are now focusing on unifying
deployment, continuous security, and operations efforts. So, user experience and
advanced security measures will eventually go hand in hand in near future.
Recently, the market has become dynamic and larger organizations have legacy applications
alongside micro services, on premise cloud infrastructure, which includes infrastructures,
tools, applications, and processes. In that respect, DevOps can support anything. So,
organizations who focus completely on software innovation and faster application updates,
DevOps will be a great option.
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