Agile once revamped the businesses from the previous traditional waterfall model. This model works as an iterative approach to the development and testing processes in the Software Development Life Cycle (SDLC) of your business.
How Agile handled your business?
For every operation of your business, Agile breaks the product into smaller chunks and integrates them before final testing begins for the product. Imagine how many times your product has to be broken and integrated if you have numerous operations to develop the complete product. This results in a lot of time and effort.
False assumptions made of Agile:
If you are a developer, you can relate to the beliefs such as building a complete, coherent product is possible if each functionality of the product is integrated iteratively.
But the truth is different! This process leads to a complex system as constant refactoring proves not to be a good practice, especially if it is a long-term product.
Thinking about faster development practices for your product may lead you to Agile but remember that the value you intend to achieve is after the deployment. Although Agile leads you to faster development practices, it ultimately piles up the system at the deployment stage. So, the intended final value will never be achieved for your product.
This can be identified as a gap between development and operations where agile is failed to build the bridge.
This is where DevOps comes to your rescue!
Look how DevOps helps you in renewing your business to a new level –
With all the above features, DevOps conquers the present business trends and takes your IT world to a level that seemed impossible to achieve.
Read more about how DevOps revolutionized the technology landscape here: https://www.htown-tech.com/blogs/rise-of-devops-the-evolution-of-software-development-life-cycle
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