The success of DevOps across a variety of industries has shown us that DevOps is more of a work culture than it is a workflow. DevOps have contributed to the success and competency of many companies development lifecycle and process. DevOps brought forth quick deployments, rapid integration cycles and a steady stream of innovation with the continuous development process as well. DevOps is proving to be disruptive workflow, challenging the existing workflows to more aggressive and innovative but they are incapable of handling the load, by their design itself. Be it any industry, effectiveness is the bottom line which raises the quality of the output. Instead of spikes in outputs, with DevOps companies get a streamlined and effective every time.
Software developers have been in search of workflows to boost their productivity and the quality of their output. DevOps has been a fine-tuning of existing workflows, DevOps is a mix of all the good things from the waterfall, lean, agile, continuous integration, continuous deployment and multiple continuous improvements models.
Perfect on paper, but not good when it comes to sudden changes in the requirements of the client, changes in the team, or change in the development approach. This model also reacts well to reworks, risks and uncertainty. The biggest problem with workflow is its inability to adapt to changes in the development lifecycle. As mentioned before, this workflow works perfectly on paper but fails in real-world scenarios.
More practical than the waterfall model, this workflow is quite flexible as well. Although where agile scores over waterfall it loses over other metrics such as time constraints, a lack of clarity, improper documentation. This methodology promotes innovation through design. Here the project s broken down small parts, where developers and testers work with each other at a length. The biggest problem with workflow is that since there distances between the teams, there is always a lack of clarity about the output. Projects can fall of tracks, it is time consuming or rather it difficult to quantify time for the project as well. This methodology works best with short and small projects, companies use this methodology to implement new updates rather than using this for long-term projects.
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