DevOps service follow the guiding principles of continuous delivery, which comprises the following;
- If a process can’t be automated, it should be a candidate for substitution or it has to be replaced.
- Restrictive span and continual releases keep the occurrence of bugs as limited as possible, cuts delays in feedback to the quick, and bolster employees to increased performance.
- The goals of any process improvement effort should be quantifiable.
- User preferences are constantly oscillating and competitiveness is at its peak. At N2S, we believe that
we are entering an age where a company’s ability to successfully break ground and preserve software products will be significant to their very survival. In this context, the organizations that can excel with two increasingly critical ingredients of the development process – DevOps and Continuous Delivery – will experience full-blown success.
The Internet of Things (IoT), is defined as the network of physical objects devices, vehicles, buildings and other items integrated with electronics, software, sensors, and network connectivity that enables these objects to collect and exchange data. Irrespective of industry, IoT is predicted to be the utmost important attribute impacting underlying business logic in the future days.
IoT applications can be between people, between people and things, and between things and things, also called machine to machine (M2M).
By a large coverage this means that the future battle grounds for virtually all companies won’t remain within the products they produce or the service they offer, but instead in the software and automated service levels those products and services are wrapped in.
DevOps and Continuous Delivery are new beginnings. They highlight a quiet and necessary revolution, meant to introduce the link of life into IT departments and regain the time lost in fixing bugs and patching code.