DevOps is going through the roof, and everyone is predicting DevOps trends for 2021. The 2021 DevOps Trend Everyone is Missing: Hybrid Deployments; DataOps; Resilience Testing; Testing in Production; GitOps; Microservices; Serverless; Cloud-centric Infrastructure; Edge Computing; Infrastructure as Code; DevSecOps; Application Performance Monitoring (APM) Tools; Hybrid Computing; Kubernetes; Feature Toggles
DevOps is going through the roof, and everyone is predicting DevOps trends for 2021. But there's one DevOps trend that I'm seeing that others are missing.
When I recently looked up 2021 DevOps trends, from the various predictions everyone has been making, it seems that DevOps is going through the roof. DevOps is everything, and everything is DevOps nowadays.
Here’s a partial list of DevOps trends that are exploding:
But what struck me after reading all those articles is that not one of them saw non-intrusive Production Debugging making inroads as a standard component of the DevOps toolchain. This is the DevOps trend that I’m seeing.
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