What is DevOps?

DevOps is the combination of people, processes, and tools that increase the velocity of delivering applications and services: This speed will serve customers in a better way and your organization will compete more effectively in the market.

In DevOps model development and operations teams are no longer isolated. In few scenarios, these teams work together as an isolated team.

DevOps consists practices of automating processes which were manual and slow before DevOps introduced. With advanced tools and processes,   applications are quickly and rapidly evolved.

Why DevOps?

Deliver software by applying Right DevOps Model.


Manage your infrastructure at scale. Automation and consistency will manage your complex infrastructure. Example, Infrastructure as a Code will automate everything for your production, development and QA environment.


Ensure persistence of quality of the product after adding features and testing product. Use practices like Continuous Integration and Continuous Delivery to ensure your product maintain a positive experience for users.

Improved Collaboration

Improve collaboration between development and operations teams. Teams share their workflows and eliminate inefficiencies. It saves a lot of time of organization.

Rapid Delivery

Increased frequencies of releases to innovate and improve your product faster. The quicker you add more features and fix bugs, the faster you satisfy your customer needs and build more competitive market.


Innovate for customers faster, grow more and grab market in an efficient way. DevOps model allows teams to achieve this. Teams take ownership’s of services and then release the update for them quicker.


With automated compliance policies, fine-grained controls, and configuration management techniques apply DevOps model. Example, Use Infrastructure as a Code and Policy as a Code define and track compliance at scale.