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As we saw, both methods in the opening example would achieve the same outcome, but the second follows DRY practices. At the same time, this might not seem critical in simple programs. More code means larger files, and larger files mean more load time.
Regarding DevOps, principles also serve as signposts for a DevOps team in the same way DRY guides developers' decisions. Without these central practices to orient us, the various technical and operations aspects of DevOps could quickly overwhelm us. In other words, we lose the forest for the trees.
However, by using DevOps principles as a framework, we can evaluate decisions based on their operational value (e.g., faster turnaround times) and if they move the team closer to these practices (e.g., automation). This judgment calls and the principles behind them help form your team's best practices.
A critical way that DevOps differs from traditional software development strategies is its emphasis on testing. DevOps uses the "shift left" strategy, which places testing before developing and creating the software. Shifting left entails moving to test as far left as feasible in the direction of the process' beginning if the development process were to be visualized as a straight line.
Testing has many benefits while the DevOps lifecycle is still in the development phase. First, finding errors early in the process before adding extra code is more straightforward, quicker, and less expensive. The probability that fixing one section of the code may break another increase as dependencies and complexity increase.
Another benefit of a shift-left testing strategy is that the development team is now focused on writing high-quality code right away rather than waiting until afterward to identify defects. The consumer receives the goods more quickly and with fewer (if any) bugs. Everyone benefits from this strategy.
These seven principles of DevOps are meant to serve as your north star as you fine-tune your pipeline. It's important to recall that DevOps is as much a culture as a development strategy, and collaboration is the bedrock of your culture and development practices.
The main takeaway is that you should practice a collaborative approach as you work to embrace these DevOps principles within your team. After all, your team comprises individual stakeholders with perspectives, skills, and ideas to contribute. Beyond that, center your motivation on serving the customer and prioritize quality at every stage.
It is crucial to understand the history of DevOps before we can understand what it is. Agile and waterfall software development methodologies existed prior to DevOps. The waterfall model is what we will now examine.
A top-down, sequential development process for software or systems is known as the waterfall model. Clearly defined and linear, this model. There were six stages in the waterfall model: requirement definition, software design, implementation, testing, deployment, and maintenance.
Software development companies that used the waterfall model approach had to spend a lot of time getting their product right. That is because you must complete a particular phase to proceed to the next one. Also, the working software was delivered only after the final phase of this model. This model was only suitable for projects which had stable requirements. By stable, I mean that requirements will not change with time. But in today's world, this is very unlikely because requirements keep changing from time to time. These were a few drawbacks of the waterfall model.
Continuous software development, integration, testing, deployment, and monitoring are all parts of the DevOps lifecycle. A competent DevOps lifecycle is required for the DevOps methodology to be fully utilized.
To create, test, use, and evolve software products, the DevOps approach supports continuous innovation, agility, and scalability. It encourages a mindset of ongoing learning, experimenting, and feedback to reinvent products, services, and processes. However, a thorough understanding of the many phases of the DevOps lifecycle is essential for implementation.
Developers need to thoroughly understand every phase of the DevOps lifecycle to produce results more quickly. If not, the entire development process may be difficult and timeconsuming. Here is a detailed breakdown and analysis of every component of the DevOps lifecycle.
The DevOps lifecycle engages the enterprise in continuous development and optimizes development processes from beginning to end, leading to quicker delivery timeframes. The following seven stages make up the majority of this process.
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