Much has been written about what DevOps is: A way for developers and operations managers to collaborate; a set of best practices for managing cloud applications; an Agile idea that builds on continuous integration, enabling frequent code releases.
However, this expert e-guide investigates DevOps by explaining what it is not. SearchSoftwareQuality.com editor Jennifer Lent asked software professionals to explain what DevOps isn't -- read now to explore five common answers, including:
- NOT a job title
- NOT a software tool category
- NOT about solving an IT problem
- And 2 more
Also, learn why enterprise architect for Hewlett-Packard Don Brancato recommends a unified DevOps approach to Application Lifecycle Management (ALM) to save time and money.