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History of Integrating DevOps and Mobile App Development – The Advantages

Last update Dec. 22nd 2021 7:11:34 AM
Creation date Dec. 22nd 2021 7:08:07 AM
  • Wesley Hindley on Dec. 22nd 2021 7:11:34 AM
  • Wesley Hindley on Dec. 22nd 2021 7:11:16 AM
    DevOps is an approach to IT development that integrates the functioning of the Development and Operational teams. This ensures smoother work flow, better time management, and ultimately results in faster development and a streamlined process. Additionally, security can be married with this as well, resulting in what is known as DevSecOps. In this discussion, we will be discussing the benefits of marrying DevOps and mobile app development. However, let us look at the individual growth trajectories of both these markets.
    Integrating these two can only add to the magnificence of development and will be the right use of the DevOps culture. Now let us look at 4 looming benefits of the role of DevOps in mobile app development.

    DevOps and Mobile App Development

    Faster Time to Release

    DevOps inculcates a culture of real time communication and immediate feedback. And this is adopted as a cross-team functionality that adds to the lubrication of the functioning of these various teams. This also adheres to the DevOps philosophy of Continuous Integration and Continuous Deployment. This reduces the time from a design-development standpoint. As a result of these iterative cycles, the practitioners can experience more frequent code deployment, regression testing, and a smoother phase-by-phase release.

    Better Resource Utilization

    As the operations and development team works in sync, new builds can be deployed faster, features can be delivered in an optimized manner, and the pending updates can be achieved faster and easier. DevOps integration can also enhance source code management, the platforms for development as well as tools for testing. In short, it smoothens the task of frequent releases, in part by allowing automation.

    Battle Bottlenecks Better

    DevOps integration enhances each involved process. This makes the entire function more transparent, efficient, and it also improves cross team communication. Tools, processes, and practice is better aligned with each other and it does away with inefficient modus operandi and reduces bottlenecks. This is a direct address against issues like manual intervention, inconsistencies within the development environment, and absence of operation practices. It ensures the maturity of workflow and the resultant stability.