DevOps is a movement to bridge the gap between developers and operations teams. Traditionally, these two groups were separate and rarely interacted with each other. Developers didn’t quite understand how software is deployed and managed. Operation teams, on the other hand, treated software as a black box. DevOps encourages synergy between these two roles. Developers should take responsibility for their software. Including how it runs and behaves on production. Ops should understand the software they run. But more importantly, they should adopt well-established software engineering principles. For example, automation, auditing, testing, and fast feedback. Ideally, devs and ops should work together in a single team, toward a common goal.
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