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However, some organisations are struggling with this transformation due to a lack of a solid foundation.

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DevOps Transformation

The Agile DevOps methodology is the most efficient way to reduce the cost and lead time of software delivery. It optimises the flow of work between functions such as IT, Engineering, Quality Assurance, Operations, and Product Management.

Benefits of Agile DevOps

Agile DevOps can reduce time-to-market and improve the quality of the result.

Agile DevOps helps you navigate today’s unpredictable and complex digital world with agility and speed in order to succeed in this economy and positively impact your bottom line.

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What is Agile DevOps?

DevOps takes a more holistic approach to software development by looking at the full life cycle of application development. This includes automation and monitoring of product usage.

Agile DevOps is an extreme form of “agile” software development management that was designed to work in lean/agile environments, where customer feedback comes in small bites instead of large chunks. It emphasises rapid iterative development involving frequent deployment and even more frequent testing.

Agile principles are aimed at creating quick feedback loops so the software can be developed in an incremental manner.

For example, if code needs improving, it can be updated quickly without having to wait for the release cycle.

So how does it work?

Let’s say you have three developers working on three different parts of a product. One of them hands off their code to another who then hands it off to another person who does quality assurance (QA).

If you’re using agile methodology, that first developer might show their progress to the second developer early on in the process. The second developer then checks that the code is worthwhile before handing it off to QA.

This improves efficiency because developers don’t need QA to test every change.

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