At Ubiqware, we are focused on helping other organizations to make their activity around software manufacturing and its operation as efficient as possible. To do this, we use DevOps as a reference model.
DevOps is a philosophy proposed by Patrick Debois, who gave the devopsdays name to an agility, development and operations conference after the success of his presentation at the Agile Toronto 2008 conference. This philosophy organizes the software development life cycle (SDLC) in eight phases, as shown in the following picture.
Agile approaches for IT infrastructure management, with Infrastructure-as-Code or IaC as the reference approach, will make it easier to adapt to changing business and technology contexts, either in cloud providers or in on-premise environments. Any operating system (Linux, Windows, MacOS, etc.) executed natively or in any virtualization technology, container runtimes such as Docker, container clustering technologies such as Kubernetes, or cloud providers (adding serverless approaches to their virtualization services) such as AWS or Azure, are examples of infrastructure technologies/providers.
Our next articles will comment in detail about each of the phases, the tools used in some of them, success stories and also, of course, some failure cases (which sometimes may even be of more help).
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