Why should you care about DevOps now?

It’s been a while buzzing “DevOps”!!!

If you are thinking I will explain it to you now.. NO!!!! There are lot many out there doing it for you and me..

If you are still here with me I am sure you do care about DevOps, if not better you start!!!

Here we go,

Whether or not you have worked in __Development__, __testing__ or __administrating__ teams.. you name it!! You will be standing either of these two boxes __“Dev”__ and __“Ops”__.

Without you knowing it your enterprise has already have shuffled you many times between the boxes or I would rather say there are no more boxes!!!

But the culture.. Culture which have begun a way long back and be there..

Don’t believe?? Have a look..

More than 65%+ of SMEs have adopted the culture and practicing it.

45% + Enterprises are practicing DevOps.

DevOps adoption increased from 66% in 2015 to 74% in 2016.

And only 11% have not planned yet!! Remember only 11%.

Why would you think 11% have not planned? New skills, accepting change!!? Most possibly yes.

Why are others so aggressive in adopting DevOps and getting all of it?

  • Deployment speed have increased more than 10 times.
  • Better collaboration between teams.
  • Highly reliable deployments.
  • Most important, Awesome technologies and YOU!!!!

Some more things for you to remember:

  • DevOps teams have increased from 16% in 2014 to 19% in 2015 to 22% in 2016 to 27% in 2017 and it will not stop!!
  • With DevOps culture what we saw is 40+ times more frequent code deployments, 400+ times faster lead time from commit to deploy, 90+ times faster time to recover faults and 5 times lower change failure rate. Wow!!! Isn’t that amazing??
  • And in some organisations were able to increase time spent on developing new features by 700%. Ohh!! Wait.. Did I just say “700%” ?!! Yes.

Now what??

I would not say what tools you must learn, rather

Around __43%__ of companies are using a configuration tool such as __Chef, Puppet, Ansible, or Salt__. Use of multiple configuration tools is more common though (25%) than a single configuration tool (18%).

Use of DevOps tools increased drastically in past years, Chef and Puppet are the most commonly used DevOps tools at 32% each (Chef is up from 28%, and Puppet is up from 24% in 2015). The biggest gains year-over-year came from Docker, which more than doubled in use (13% to 27%). Ansible also saw strong gains, doubling from 10% to 20% adoption. Adoption of cluster management tools lagged Docker adoption with Kubernetes (7%) and Docker Swarm (6%) gaining the largest use.

Naveen Kumar

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