Since the first DevOps day in Belgium in 2009, the idea of integrating development and operations into the software development process spread rapidly. The benefits of this methodology, including faster development cycles, greater efficiency, and customer or user alignment, drove DevOps adoption quickly over the course of only a decade. It has also inspired new tools that automate elements of the development process, such as code review and continuous integration. Even though DevOps has grown and evolved since its introduction, in 2020, the DevOps evolution continues.
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