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5 DevOps Trends Businesses Should Adopt this Year

  • 5 DevOps Trends Businesses Should Adopt this Year-

    Product Lifecycle Ownership

    Trend #3: Developers will take more ownership of the entire product lifecycle. 

    As DevOps-ready tools see more adoption and out-of-the-box functionality, the traditional silos between developers and operations will dwindle. As teams focus on continuous delivery and continuous improvement, this means greater accountability and ownership from developer teams to build and run their solutions.

    TIP: DevOps leaders need to keep developers involved in the performance of the application and any issues that occur – as well as communicate that their job doesn't end after the application has been delivered. Developers will need to be part of the entire lifecycle, and have complete visibility into its progress.

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5 DevOps Trends Businesses Should Adopt this Year

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    Product Lifecycle Ownership

    Trend #3: Developers will take more ownership of the entire product lifecycle. 

    As DevOps-ready tools see more adoption and out-of-the-box functionality, the traditional silos between developers and operations will dwindle. As teams focus on continuous delivery and continuous improvement, this means greater accountability and ownership from developer teams to build and run their solutions.

    TIP: DevOps leaders need to keep developers involved in the performance of the application and any issues that occur – as well as communicate that their job doesn't end after the application has been delivered. Developers will need to be part of the entire lifecycle, and have complete visibility into its progress.

DevOps – a cultural and professional IT movement focused on changing the mindset of how organizations function – will no doubt make a significant impact across many companies this year. Whether it is more stable operating environments, faster delivery of product features, quicker resolution of problems, or continuous software delivery, DevOps can benefit a company's product lifecycle, its competitive advantage, and its ability to more quickly meet customer needs.

Yet for all of its benefits, DevOps is still in its early phases, because it's about making a significant cultural shift in how an organization works – and what tools it uses to improve its products. Rajesh Sethu, director of DevOps at Replicon, identifies five key trends organizations should watch in 2016, as well as tips on how these trends should be used to ensure DevOps success in your business.