Portions of this post were originally posted on the Puppet blog, and republished here with Puppet’s permission.
DevOps practices and cultural norms positively impact IT and organizational performance. Our annual State of DevOps Report demonstrates how DevOp improves operational efficiency, creates space for innovation and increases employee engagement.
In fact, high-performing organizations deploy 200 times more frequently than low performers, have 2,555 times faster lead times, and recover 24 times faster from failed changes, with three times lower change fail rates. They also spend 22 percent less time on unplanned work and rework than lower-performing organizations, and thus are able to spend 29 percent more time on new work.
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Need more convincing? DevOps is still considered a buzzword by many, although DevOps values are becoming more mainstream. When your organization develops a DevOps mindset, you’re able to align around business values and focus on the practical benefits of DevOps, such as:
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Deployment of software in smaller, more frequent batches, to reduce risk of failure and get new features out to market faster.
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