DevOps Is Great, But You Can Make It Better

The job of a developer is never complete, as old code must be updated to fit into new frameworks, new code is always waiting on the sidelines, and fixes take time to test before they can be deployed. Organizations now know to use DevOps models for continuous deployment, which integrates developers and operations team members more closely, streamlining this process by seeking to establish routines that reduce bottlenecks.

Even with an efficient DevOps-powered development cycle, however, there’s always room for improvement in any organization. The following strategies are key for reducing speedbumps in your operation’s development efforts.

Define Metrics to Help You Track Efficiency

While it is an overarching paradigm—a discipline rather than a business flow—DevOps need to be able to define what they’re doing right and wrong, and it isn’t always immediately obvious. Narrowing down a handful of the most valuable DevOps efficiency metrics lets you employ data to verify how your efforts are performing and establish a culture of feedback that is necessary for continued success. If you want your IT teams to deliver software in a streamlined fashion, as DevOps promises to do, they’ll need a clear path built on measurable milestones and actionable insights.

Most IT veterans know how difficult …

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