DevOps Development & Project Management Methodology

DevOps is a modern approach emerging from the collision of two major related IT trends. It signifies an expanded understanding of the value of collaboration between development and operations staff throughout all stages of the development lifecycle when creating and operating a service, and defines the importance of operations in our increasingly service-oriented world.

DevOpsMethodology quickly gained attention due to its strong affinities with Agile and lean approaches. The old view of operations tended towards the “Dev” side being more important and the “Ops” side being involved only after development has been done. At AuroSys, we consider DevOps as an outgrowth of Agile Software Development prescribing close collaboration of Customers, Product Management, Developers and QA to bridge the gaps and rapidly iterate towards product development. Born of the need to improve IT service delivery, the DevOps movement emphasizes Communication, Collaboration and Integration between Software Developers and IT operations.


Benefits of DevOps Methodology

  • Shorter Development Cycle
  • Improved Service Quality
  • Increased Customer Satisfaction & Better Usability
  • Reliable Service Delivery
  • Increased Release Velocity
  • Improved Defect Detection
  • Reduced Deployment Failures and Rollbacks
  • Enhanced User Value & Higher Flexibility
  • Efficient Operations through Collaboration
  • Highly Stable Operating Environment

Agile Development Methodology

Agile methodology ensures higher level of customer satisfaction by delivering the solutions promptly and proficiently. Agile methodology gives our clients an opportunity to be a part of the development cycle. Moreover, feedbacks from users are incorporated in the product lifecycle guaranteeing our clients get exactly what they expect out of the application.

Agile methodology is an alternative to traditional project management, typically preferred by clients in software development. It helps the development teams respond to unpredictability through incremental, iterative work cadences. Agile methodologies are an alternative to waterfall, or traditional sequential development.


Benefits of Agile Methodology

  • Shorter Span of Time to Develop Applications
  • New Functionality can be added Rapidly
  • Supports Early and Regular Releases
  • Active ‘User’ Involvement
  • Ability to Embrace Change with ease
  • Fixes bugs more efficiently
  • Progressive Elaboration and Phased Deliverables
  • Testing is Integrated throughout the Development Lifecycle
  • Fixed Timescales and Evolving Requirements