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So what is the “DevOps Culture”?

Continuous Integration (CI)

The DevOps culture has eliminated the stress that businesses endure when releasing new code.  With DevOps, there is no longer a need for multiple QA cycles and relying heavily on untested code as new features and codes will have already been tested during the development process.  Continuous Integration is a software development practice where members of a team integrate their work frequently, usually each person integrates at least daily leading to multiple integrations per day. Each integration is verified by an automated build (including test) to detect integration errors as quickly as possible.

Quite simply, this takes out the concern out of new releases and allows developers to put forward code that has already undergone numerous testing, giving them immediate and actionable feedback.

In a DevOps Culture, the testing process is automated, creating an environment where internal teams are empowered, imparting confidence and allowing them to release new features and services quickly, benefiting the customer and the company.

Continuous Integration (CI) and continuous monitoring

In a DevOps Culture, continuous monitoring is encouraged ensuring teams are confident in their ability to respond to problems quickly.

Continuous Deployment

In a DevOps Culture, customers will have insight into new code and this helps a business gather feedback into potential improvements, ultimately implementing a continuous deployment strategy will identify problems and allow a business to make improvements by releasing new features and responding to failures efficiently and quickly.


With a DevOps Culture comes a continuous delivery pipeline, where businesses are able to respond to failures and return to full functionality quickly. This is the ultimate benefit of a DevOps Culture designed to build an automated, high-quality business infrastructure built on collaboration.

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