The combination of cultural transformation and automation has led to a rethinking of how developers, IT employees, and information security professionals can work together. Focusing on the active interaction and integration of software engineers...
The combination of cultural transformation and automation has led to a rethinking of how developers, IT employees, and information security professionals can work together. Focusing on the active interaction and integration of software engineers, testers, and system administrators, the DevOps methodology is based on the idea of a close interdependence between the development and operation of software products and services, with the aim of faster creation and updates. Let’s see what DevOps practitioners are going to focus on in the upcoming year.
DevOps is not a buzzword, never has been. It’s a mainstream concept that’s shaping the software world. As DevOps spreads, expectations grow. What was rated as "outstanding" a year ago is now a standard thing that every IT company is implementing. The expected limits of what is possible have widened up.
Below we have listed the key DevOps trends that will take IT companies to the next level in 2021.
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