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“They tend to go hand in
hand. I don't think you can
do DevOps without agile.”
Kieran Taylor, Senior Director,
Product & S...
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Agile & DevOps Demystified

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You've heard the terms. But what exactly do they mean?

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Agile & DevOps Demystified

  1. 1. “They tend to go hand in hand. I don't think you can do DevOps without agile.” Kieran Taylor, Senior Director, Product & Solutions Marketing, CA Technologies “[Agile and DevOps] are customer-centric management models that capture the ideas of lean thinking.” Christine Hudson, Senior Principal, Product Marketing, CA Technologies Learn more in this article > DevOps DevOps focuses on collaboration and automation, but doesn’t have a commonly accepted framework the way agile does. DevOps practices vary greatly among organizations and should be implemented to meet specific needs. Embrace change Utilize persistent, cross-functional teams Develop better software, faster Prioritize collaboration Leverage continuous feedback loops Develop better software, faster DevOps is generally defined as the practice of bringing software development and operations teams together. Agile refers to an iterative approach to development that focuses on collaboration, customer feedback and smaller, rapid releases. DevOps takes agile to the next level, stressing teamwork and communication. While agile and DevOps differ in several ways, they’re actually best when used in tandem: Without agile, DevOps can’t deliver on its promises of collaboration, acceleration and quality. A successful DevOps implementation includes a single agile delivery team—blending development, engineering and IT operations. Agile can be implemented within a range of tactical frameworks, including: Sprint: Cyclical periods of rapid production and review SAFe: An enterprise-level framework for improving metrics Scrum: Full development teams working as a single unit to achieve a major goal Implementation Better together Agile Key ideas The top level Agile & DevOps Demystified Agile and DevOps. You’ve heard the terms. But what exactly do they mean, what’s the difference, and how can they be used together to benefit today’s enterprise?

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