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A sheet of paper showing software delivery and operational performance metrics The Metrics behind High-Performing DevOps Organizations

The 2019 Accelerate State of DevOps report was recently released, and it gives a lot of insight into companies' software delivery and operational performance. The highest-performing organizations have several factors in common, the most crucial and prevalent being automation. Here's why automation is such a key aspect.

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Jeffery Payne
Mobile app icons on a phone A DevOps Approach to Mobile App Development

DevOps has completely transformed the mobile app development scenario, and it’s a good choice for any business looking to create an app. Let's look at what DevOps means in the context of developing a mobile app, some of the key benefits of a DevOps approach, and five crucial factors to keep in mind during development.

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Juned Ghanchi
Long-exposure shot of cars racing along a highway DevOps Isn’t Just about Releasing Faster

When organizations start moving to DevOps, one of the first things they focus on is automation. It makes sense: Automated deployment tools are easy to explain, and implementing them usually shows value right away. But speed isn’t the only (or even the best) reason to move to DevOps and an automated release pipeline.

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Gene Gotimer
Icon showing continuous integration Making Continuous Integration Work for You

Many developers learn about using continuous integration to improve their deliverability speed and decrease the amount of effort needed to launch new features. Actually practicing continuous integration, however, is nowhere near as straightforward as it sounds. Here's how to get started in making CI work for you.

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Brian Thompson
Docker logo How Testers Can Use Docker to Shift Left and Automate Deployments

Docker has several advantages over virtual machines: It’s easier to deal with, starts up faster, and requires fewer resources. Using Docker also can give testers more confidence in their releases. Developers use the same environment that will be used in production, which streamlines code delivery and shifts QA left.

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Artem Golubev
Sunset over the sea seen from the inside of a large pipe, photo by Erlend Ekseth 5 Features of a Successful DevSecOps Pipeline

When practicing DevOps, how should you include security? What's the best way to build security into an existing continuous integration, continuous delivery, and continuous deployment pipeline? Let’s take a look at five essential features of successful DevSecOps pipelines and analyze where security can benefit most.

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Alan Crouch
Various bugs Why Software Testing Is Key to DevOps

One of the major reasons organizations adopt DevOps practices is to accelerate delivery of software to production. However, many fail to include quality components in their practices. Continuous deployment without quality is just delivering continuous bugs. Here's why software testing is an essential part of DevOps.

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Alan Crouch
Magnifying glass on automation Application Release Automation: Why the QA Pro Should Care

The speed of testing depends on a consistent software release process that can provide critical information when reporting issues. QA pros will benefit from a new set of DevOps tooling called application release automation, which drives continuous release deployment and provides visibility about what was deployed.

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Tracy Ragan