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DevOps

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DevOps

DevOps is a software development methodology that combines software development with information technology operations.

This more closely integrates the processes and tooling of enterprise application developers (Dev) with IT teams (Ops) so that together they can build, test, and release applications and services more rapidly and more reliably. In the digital economy, application agility and reliability is key to maintaining competitive advantage.    

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