Emerging Trends in the Future of DevOps
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Emerging Trends in the Future of DevOps

By CIOReview | Wednesday, October 19, 2022

DevOps is the ideal way for businesses to save money and time and produce high-quality, secure software. 

FREMONT, CA: Digitalization and automation have expanded over the past few years, and technology is revolutionizing every industry element. DevOps has become an integral software development paradigm for achieving digital transformation success.

Recent industry research indicates that the DevOps market will surpass $20 billion by 2026, expanding at a CAGR of 24.7 percent from 2019 to 2026. DevOps has permitted rapid and reliable software development and delivery, enhanced quality, and increased customer satisfaction.

Serverless Computing:Numerous DevOps teams are utilizing modular components that provide an overview of the pipeline. Moving these modular components to a serverless architecture will enable teams to eliminate a few tasks identified with pipeline architecture and concentrate on product deployment and development.

Serverless computing simplifies total DevOps processes, including the entire software life cycle from development through deployment, testing, and maintenance. In addition, serverless computing decreases the developer's effort by handling server maintenance, including cloud monitoring and system updates. Other significant USPs include adaptability, dependability, rapidity, and cost-effectiveness.

Microservices Architecture:Microservices design is gaining popularity as an alternative to traditional monolithic architecture in the IT sector, and this trend will continue. Microservices architecture is a method for structuring computer systems into scalable pieces. The microservices architecture pattern is the next generation of service-oriented architecture (SOA), which frames an application as a series of connected services. Microservices make it easy to pinpoint and isolate problems in one program component without impacting the entire application.

DevOps and microservices architecture enable decentralized teams to innovate quickly, maintain control over their tech stack and standards, monitor development and release cycles, and reduce overall consumption time by achieving shorter software release intervals.

Low-Code/No-Code Platforms and Applications:Many enterprises have turned to low-code/no-code application deployment to keep up with the demand for new applications and functionalities. Adopting a low-code strategy with DevOps changes the game. It enables developers to be more agile and gives the firm a competitive edge in the fast-paced and demanding software market.

Low-code apps enable non-technical "citizen developers" to participate in software development by incorporating a visual interface. Developers and DevOps engineers will play a significant role in this movement by utilizing low-code platforms and technologies that enable drag-and-drop widget creation. These low-code application development tools allow all facets of software development, such as app conception, analysis, software design, code development, quality assurance, deployment, and documentation.