DevOps is the combination of people, processes, and tooling that allows you to deliver high-quality software. Today, enterprises are adopting DevOps practices more quickly than ever before, and the DevOps approach to software development is becoming more widely accepted. This is because DevOps provides a collaborative working environment for developers and IT operations teams, allowing them to deliver business features faster. And since automation has eliminated many manual processes, enterprises are deploying business functionalities to production quicker and with more reliability.
However, there is no magical formula for successfully implementing DevOps. In this article, I will explain how DevOps can help you gain a competitive edge. I’ll also dive deep into the top challenges of DevOps adoption.
Driving Factors for DevOps Adoption
- Speed to market
- Less waste
- Improved collaboration between teams
- Happier teams and customers
- Cost optimization
Top 5 Challenges in DevOps Adoption
- Resistance to Change
- Adoption of New Tools
- Technical Complexity
- Migration from Monolithic Architectures to Microservices
- Creation of CI/CD Pipelines for Legacy Components
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