Growing DevOps Market

The DevOps market is growing rapidly and is expected to continue to do so in the coming years. DevOps is a set of practices that help organizations improve their software development and delivery processes by breaking down silos between development and operations teams and promoting collaboration, automation, and continuous improvement.

The Benefits

The demand for DevOps professionals and services has been increasing as more and more companies adopt DevOps practices to increase efficiency, reduce costs, and accelerate time-to-market. This has created a demand for DevOps-related products and services, including consulting, training, tools, and platforms. Companies already know that with DevOps they can evolve further.

The data speaks for itself

According to a report by MarketsandMarkets, the DevOps market is expected to grow from USD 3.4 billion in 2020 to USD 10.3 billion by 2025, at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 24.7% during the forecast period. The report attributes this growth to the increasing adoption of cloud computing, automation, and agile and DevOps practices.

We break down DevOps projects with our customers into 4 stages. This way you don't have surprises, everything will be within a scope, with defined deliveries. We start with the Architecture and end with the Monitoring validation

Continuous Integration (CI): In this stage, developers commit code changes to a shared repository, which triggers automated builds and tests to be run. The goal of CI is to catch errors and bugs early in the development process, enabling faster feedback and iteration cycles.

Continuous Delivery (CD): In this stage, the code changes that pass the automated tests in the CI stage are automatically deployed to production-like environments, where additional testing and validation occurs. The goal of CD is to streamline the release process and reduce the risk of errors and downtime during production releases.

Continuous Deployment (CDp): In this stage, code changes that pass the automated tests in the CI stage are automatically deployed to production without any manual intervention. The goal of CDp is to enable rapid, low-risk releases and achieve a high degree of automation and reliability in the deployment process.

Continuous Monitoring and Feedback (CMF): In this stage, the production environment is constantly monitored to identify and resolve issues as they arise. Feedback is also collected from users and stakeholders to inform future development efforts. The goal of CMF is to enable continuous improvement and ensure that the software remains reliable and performs as intended.