What is DevOps

DevOps is a term created from the combination of two words: development and operations. Its assumption is to combine two, usually separate areas of activity of the software development team (Dev) with the operations team (Ops). This methodology places emphasis on efficient communication and mutual involvement of both departments in order to improve both the creation processes and the quality of the created product, which translates into the satisfaction of the final recipient. DevOps is designed to help break down barriers and motivate collaboration and innovation throughout the software development process. All these activities involve educating IT department employees that working together and following the same rules make it possible to achieve the intended goals in an easy, faster, less risky, and therefore more effective way.


The goal of DevOps is to build an efficient solution building and delivery process by:

  • increasing team efficiency and productivity,
  • transparency of work and guarantee of full control over the project,
  • improving the product delivery process at all stages of development,
  • shortening the time of delivering patches to production environments (bug fixing)
  • increasing the quality of the delivered software,
  • building efficient development and production environments.


Due to the fact that the DevOps methodology is also intended to ensure the fastest possible response to changes, and thus meet the client’s business needs, the most desirable practices used in this approach can be listed here:

  • continuous integration (ci),
  • continuous implementation of changes (continued),
  • automation of test launch,
  • describing infrastructure using code (iac),
  • configuration management,
  • monitoring the status of applications and environments.


  • Docker – a container programming platform designed to create, deliver and run applications using container technology.
  • Ansible/Terraform – a tool for managing the state of infrastructure. It allows you to automate the administration of server configuration and application delivery.
  • Kubernetes – a tool for managing clusters of containerized applications and services.
  • Amazon Web Services (AWS) – a cloud services platform offering computing power, database hosting, content delivery services and many other services and products.
  • Grafana/Zabbix – tools for monitoring the status of applications and environments.
  • Jenkins – a tool that allows you to build Docker images, perform tests and deploy applications.




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