Good DevOps practices deliver the speed, quality and reliability you need to stay ahead of the competition. It identifies the relationship between various tools, ideas and themes of software development and IT operations, using rapid iterations and continuous improvement. But in the end, what DevOps hopes to bring to Agile is a cultural shift that software isn’t done until it successfully meets user expectations around availability, performance and pace of change.
With the availability of cloud-based infrastructure, devOps takes on a much larger role of driving enterprise-wide efficiencies. The challenge is, where exactly do you start? How do you scale it to become a cultural advantage, and more importantly, how do you replicate the outcomes?