What is DevOps?

We now live in an era where software is a fundamental part of almost everything that people do. When software is shipped to market, there is almost no chance that the software won’t be used. You know that software is in people’s hands when they see a video of an Amazon package full of smiling children going through the delivery process.

If you think about it, there is no software development like a software release. Whether you are a small startup or a global enterprise, there is a consistent speed to release, regardless of whether you are developing on a single computer or thousands of computers. DevOps easily integrates development and testing environments for facilitating efficient and faster software release.


Why should you care about DevOps?

Some of the best tech innovations have come from internal software projects.

Dairy Farmers of America (the largest dairy cooperative in the United States), Google, Twitter and the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) are just a few that have experienced major successes from their internal software.

There is an entire ecosystem right from Development, Operations and QA working dedicatedly and simultaneously for external software success. DevOps, a large framework of practices, is fastly gaining popularity as the most adaptive method of external software development.


What will the future of DevOps look like in 2022?

DevOps offers exciting opportunities to reach higher levels of performance and quality. Cloud is rapidly evolving but that doesn't mean everything is rosy. As infrastructure grows more complicated, it becomes necessary to deploy software in a fully automated, orchestrated way. This is possible thanks to DevOps, which, if implemented effectively, can help to deliver software quicker and cut costs, all while keeping quality high and speed paramount.

As hardware, platforms and components are upgraded and replaced at an increasing pace, organisations will need to become accustomed to more automation and collaboration. Technologies such as cloud, automation and machine learning will increase the likelihood of adopting DevOps, and help organisations to keep up with their rapidly changing market.



DevOps is a very hot topic at the moment and one of the ways to achieve agility and innovation. It is one of many but prominent tools you can use to achieve the business outcomes you need to survive. If you want to increase customer satisfaction and improve sales, you are going to need a DevOps-type approach to keep up with your competitors. And you’re not going to be able to do it just by using the cloud; it requires expertise and automation.

It is for this reason that the global future of DevOps in 2022 looks very promising and will push several other models for moving from older IT practices to the DevOps model. In fact, we think more and more SMEs will also start moving towards cloud environments and adapting to DevOps.