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    Today, the combination of cultural transformation and automation has led to a rethinking of how developers, IT staff, and security professionals can work together. Focusing on the active interaction and integration of software engineers, testers and system administrators, the DevOps methodology is based on the idea of ​​a close interdependence between the development and operation of software products and services, in order to create and update them faster. But for such an approach to be successful, comprehensive real-time monitoring is vital.

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    A good monitoring system allows you to monitor the infrastructure and performance of your applications, whether on-premises, in the cloud, or in containers. This way you always have a complete overview of each system.

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      DevOps covers three stages of the IT product life cycle: development, testing, and maintenance. The profession of a DevOps engineer assumes that he is immersed in all of the above areas and due to this he can choose a technical solution that will reduce the risks of conflicts in the IT system.

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        With a DevOps methodology, you can expect faster development, regular testing, and more frequent releases. This improves quality and reduces costs. https://itoutposts.com/devops-monitoring/ DevOps monitoring tools provide automation, advanced measurement, and high visibility throughout the development cycle, from planning, development, and integration to testing, deployment, and operations.

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          If a new development version appears during testing, then you have to repeat the procedure. The developer needs to create the archive again, transfer it to the tester; and that, in turn, deploy the application again.

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            DevOps monitoring enables teams to respond quickly and automatically to any degradation in customer experience. More importantly, teams can "shift left" to earlier stages of development and minimize unfortunate changes in production.

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              There wasn’t much here to read on DevOps monitoring. Though I did come across content on trends in automation testing services and it liked it. It was detailed.

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