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DevOps is all about speed, functionality and innovation

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More frequent deploys
Automated deployment speeds up the whole process of development
50x quicker
Faster recovery times
DevOps tools stretch the time to recovery and keep it to a minimum
24x sooner
Lower change failure rates
Finding and submitting defects before they get to production saves customer’s money
10x cheaper

What you save through

Advantages and Economic Value of DevOps

Time to find and fix bugs

You save the time to find and fix bugs, the time for a new person to join a project, what is more, quality code is easier to maintain, thus a technical debt is reduced

Cheaper by 10 times

Fixing a bug found during Review is 10 times cheaper, the one found in production - 100 times cheaper.

Time for deploying production and releasing

A manager can observe the project’s degree of readiness, QA specialists don’t need to re-deploy a version before testing. You save time for deploying production versions and time for releasing new versions

Cost is lower

The cost of testing is lower (it saves each QA 2+ hours per week). You also save the cost of server provisioning, the cost of development, and time to release product’s versions

Saving time and costs to fix bugs

Unit tests help find out mistakes within the dev stage before the code is sent to a repository saving time and costs to fix bugs

Cost is lower

The cost of development and testing is lower up to 10 times

Testing faster and earlier

E2E test helps do testing hugely faster and earlier than manual ones. It also provides means to examine full functionality and conduct regression testing of the whole project each day

Reducing the staff herewith

It reduces the QA staff herewith maintaining high quality - one E2E tester can replace 70 to 90 % of a QA team after 6-12 months of work

How it works
Dev stage

Dev Stage is the stage of writing code for an application. While passing this stage, the code goes between a developer and Source Code Management (SCM) until it is Approved of by all related participants of the process. Afterward, the Approved code goes to the stage of Continuous Integration

Code cloning

From source code management (SCM) a developer clones to his working station an exemplar from a repository with an application source code (git-clone) or pulls fresh changes from a repository (git-pull)

Code correction

A developer sends back to source code management (SCM) a corrected and (or) improved application source code (git push)

Pull Request

After putting new sections of code, a developer creates a Pull Request for follow-on revision (confirmation) of new changes. The changes are reviewed by a team of specialists, each team member approves the changes. If the source code doesn’t pass Review, this code should be improved. The development process returns to the Stage 1

Code approval

When the stage of code-review is passed successfully, and a Pull Request gets enough approvals (i.e. is Approved), the source code goes to the stage of Continuous Integration (CI)

Continuous integration stage

CI is the stage within which the participation in the process of integrating a program into infrastructure by both development (dev) and operations (ops) teams are minimized by means of automation. Several tasks on a building can be given at this stage at once, thus different projects or different branches of one project can be built simultaneously

Automatic analysis
to find syntax or logical errors
Process of building
to build the project
Auto tests within building
to reduce the cost of QA
Continuous delivery stage
Project version deployment
to enable the project for testing
Final testing on server
to exclude any bugs
Application is ready to use
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