DevOps is an evolving philosophy and framework that encourages better application development and faster release of new or revised software products.
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The Air Force’s investment in DevOps means delivering critical IT functionality to airmen within hours and days instead of years.
DevOps opens the door for continuous innovation, rapid software deployment, and frequent updates to software-based features and products.
Failure is a central part of DevOps, which is a project management strategy that combines developers and operators on the entire product process.
When there is no shortage of data, how do you get from massive data to mission success?
There are a few perceived challenges that agencies face related to DevOps, most notably around culture, but with the right approaches and leadership buy-in, these challenges can be overcome.
It’s clear that government can’t wait any longer before moving IT to a DevOps approach.
There are four service delivery and development approaches that any government project manager must know, given their increased popularity and potential to dramatically improve productivity.
DevOps has many different definitions. I define it as the standard framework or set of practices, processes and tools that development and operations teams use to deliver a service which produces a business value.
Imagine this scenario: all of your apps and data reside in the same easy to use system instead of your current siloed systems. No, that isn’t a fantasy. A new way of doing business is emerging in the public sector and it’s called a container ecosystem.