DevOps and agile software development are relatively new approaches to software development, and they have evolved significantly over the past few decades. The following is a brief history of these approaches
DevOps is a software development approach that combines software development (Dev) and IT operations (Ops) to shorten the development lifecycle, increase deployment frequency, and improve reliability. It aims to improve communication and collaboration between development and operations teams and to automate the build, test, and release process.
Agile software development is a set of principles for software development that emphasizes flexibility, speed, and collaboration. Agile methodologies are iterative and incremental, meaning that they involve the delivery of working software in small increments, with each iteration building upon the previous one. Agile teams prioritize customer satisfaction, rapid delivery, and flexibility to change.
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