90Days of DevOps Challenge

90Days of DevOps Challenge

What is DevOps?

The term DevOps is a combination of two words Development and Operations.

It is a methodology that allows a single team to manage the entire application development life cycle that is development, testing, deployment and operations.

Objective of DevOps

The objective of DevOps is to shorten the system Development life cycle. It is a software Development approach through which superior quality software can be developed quickly with more reliability by implementing automation at each and every stage.

What is Automation, Scaling, Infrastructure


When we speak about DevOps and automation, It means automating manual DevOps tasks which involves using tools and scripts. It is the process of designing, developing and deploying software and systems with minimal human intervention.


Scaling in DevOps refers to the process of expanding or shrinking resources and workloads dynamically to handle varying demands. This allows flexibility to adjust for different demand seasons. A scalable DevOps means the system can expand automatically during a high workload and shrink back when the needs are reduced to normal.


Infrastructure in DevOps refers to hardware, software and network resources needed to support the development, deployment and operation of applications. By implementing proper DevOps infrastructure teams work smarter and it enhances efficiency that supports CI/CD continuous integration and continuous deployment.

Why DevOps is Important

DevOps is crucial in modern software development because it enables faster development of new products and easier maintenance of existing deployments as it aims to enhance efficiency, collaboration, and quality.

  • Provides an infinite cycle of application improvement

  • bug fixes get edit all the time that need to be deployed

  • Improves communication and collaboration between the development and deployment team

  • It accelerates time to market by faster delivery of high quality applications to end users