Just as its own principles recommend, the DevOps culture has also evolved over time and has come to admit other more recent concepts: commonly compared to the shift from mass production towards production on demand (just-in-time), which occurred in the industry automotive, the methodology centralizes caution and mediation in the administrators of large systems.
It is necessary that the manager of all teams knows how to fill any bottlenecks that will persist between each phase. As for the 'agile development techniques', considered outdated by DevOps enthusiasts, it is not uncommon for those who manage the departments to only demand good results.
Although it is always aiming to increase the speed and quality of applications, one of the practices adopted in just-in-time production - and that was ported to the DevOps model - is the increase in improvements at the expense of major revolutions: , more small updates are released so that the intervals between each version are reduced.
In a model of applications integrated to the web and in constant dynamism, launching more and lesser updates makes the operation of the company as a whole more fluid. Despite being created with products in mind, the most frequent idea and the smallest operations can be adapted to any software production process.
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