Global DevOps Market size is expected to reach $8.8 billion by 2023, rising at a market growth of 18% CAGR during the forecast period - KBV Research
The present days of digital business world demands high-quality products and services. Enterprises and organizations focus more to invest in innovation and quality assurance for their software and applications to stay ahead of competitors. Organizations are adopting DevOps to improve the delivery and the value of application solutions to the end consumer while reducing the friction between Business and IT. DevOps is a culture, movement, inspired by lean methodology and agile development practices, creating seamless workflow between development and operations groups for greater value realisation.
DevOps adoption is essential if business has to grow. For business being competitive, it is essential to have effective management of technology. Technology leaders are struggling to balance agility, security, and reliability. It is more than apparent that consequences of failure in the IT industry have never been greater, but with DevOps approach organisations will be able to reduce both risk and cost. High performers use DevOps, to achieve reliable deployment of codes into production stage. Enterprises have unique limitations and capabilities, but DevOps is able to revolutionize the entire IT industry.
With the introduction and implementation of DevOps, the collaboration of software developers and IT professionals during the process of software delivery has increased. With this practice, building, testing and releasing software to the market or the customer can happen in a very short span of time. As DevOps is more of a cultural change, there isn’t any one tool, but a tool set is required that would make this process easier. These tools deal with various aspect of development of the software such as: Code, Build, Test, Package, Release, Configure, and Monitor.