To understand why DevOps is a big deal in government, you must first understand its origins and the problem that DevOps solves.
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Addressing both concerns is key for DevOps, or the practices that combine software development and IT operations for systems development life cycles.
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In an interview with GovLoop, a Senior Solutions Engineer at Atlassian shared core tenets that agencies should consider when embarking on a DevOps transformation, as well as common pitfalls to look out for.