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5 Key Principles of DevOps transformation

Exposure:- In DevOps culture everyone gets exposure about the complete process. If you will see Developers are taking on-call responsibilities and handle more IT things, in this way they are more exposed to systems in production. And, operations engineers are exposed to more of the staging environment and software development process.

In that way if something goes wrong, both team members can easily determine the issue and amend the incident quickly.

Collaboration:- In DevOps “collaboration” is one of the key concept.  Effective collaboration is the key element which required throughout the software development process – that’s why DevOps is here. Breaking down the silos and improving communication between IT team and developers helps to quickly build an ecosystem throughout the SDLC process that drive real customer value and business value all together.

Accountability:- DevOps is a collaborative approach but still, stakeholders need to be accountable for their responsibilities. With more responsibility for building and maintaining the services you create, you take accountability for the uptime and reliability of those same services. In DevOps, the dev team will also take on-call responsibilities in case of application/infrastructure emergencies. With more accountability for the services they create and the power to fix issues when they arise, software developers need to take on-call responsibilities, write better code and deploy more reliable services. With further accountability, developers start to take product development, QA, and testing more seriously leading to better processes and business decisions.

Automation:– DevOps process is very much focused on automating the tasks and workflows to improve the efficiency of team members and overall processes, which leads to faster, reliable deployment. In this process, DevOps always advocate to find the points in your development lifecycle which is repetitive and makes you slow, then find ways to automate the processes to mitigate the pressure on your dev and operation teams. With correct automation in the process, the DevOps team will be able to spend more time building new features and services.

Transparency:- Exposure and Collaboration in team ultimately give you a transparent work environment. When your team will have visibility what is going on in production and development they would more aware with the problems and they can notice them before they occur. Transparency also allows Dev and Operations both to know where the work progress in the pipeline and they can better understand the needs of their counterparts and clients as well.

Mantosh Singh