According to Gartner,
“Sometimes called Agile done right, DevOps is a philosophy and a way of life for many successful enterprises even though there is no definitive framework or defining authority. Continual learning and improvement are at the heart of DevOps and so even if organizations start at the same place, they will be significantly different in just a few cycles.”
DevOps is not all about rapid software development. It promotes a collaborative environment where teams can be more efficient and software development is largely error-free, efficient, and user-centric. DevOps aims to shorten the development lifecycle and improve the quality of software. If your organization is doing DevOps, then everyone in the team must be involved in the overall DevOps discipline which focuses on strong collaboration and early feedback. Gartner refers to DevOps as ‘not a market, but a tool-centric philosophy that supports a continuous delivery value chain’.
The journey to DevOps is quite a time-taking and painful for most of the organizations in the market because,
According to SIAM Foundation of Knowledge DevOps is a flexible philosophy and not a standard or a framework with prescriptive processes. The core values that Body of Knowledge has noted are: