Developers working on client projects are taking care of numerous tasks. When you think the list gets shorter, new things are added at the bottom. What you can do is provide an infrastructure that lets them tackle their issues. But this doesn’t include only the administrative side but also the technical requirements for the developers to work properly. What’s missing is someone who is familiar with the IT area of the developers and has the capacity to assist in operative processes aside from the usual management. This is where the DevOps enter the field.
The DevOps work to hold the development team’s back. They appear as the merge between operations and development, supporting the team by managing the software and applications, deployment of tools in order to simplify procedures and smoothen the development process. With his work the DevOps face delays and other performance interferences by reducing downtimes and system failures. The use of DevOps in your team not only assures quality and an optimized workflow, you also stick to the latest development trends and keep yourself and your team up to date.