The term DevOps was coined in the early 2000s to improve the speed and resiliency of the delivery of features and applications and providing more value to customers. It’s not about any particular technology, methodology, or toolset, but automation of everything from unit testing to building environments to delivery is part of it. DevOps also means broadly changing the culture in a department or company by breaking down silos between teams. “Well, it worked on my machine” doesn’t fly in a DevOps organization. All teams are responsible for the outcome: quickly bringing value to the customer.
Like any catchy term,