DevOps Approach


The term DevOps is a combination of the words “development” and “operations”.
The DevOps approach is designed to automate and optimise the processes between software development and operational IT teams so that software can be created, tested and released faster and more reliably.

Benefits of DevoOps is the removal of barriers between traditionally isolated development and operational IT teams .

The distinctive feature of the DevOps methodology is that the development and operational teams collaborate across the entire lifecycle of software applications – from development and testing to deployment and operations.

High Work Effectiveness

Mobileaders follows the DevOps approach to software development processes, ensuring that new software is completed rapidly. With this way of working, we promote a smooth workflow and improve communication. It also leads to continuous quality improvement in the areas of integration, visibility, transparency and security.

1. Continuous development

This approach encompasses the planning and coding phases of the DevOps lifecycle.

2. Continuous testing

In this step, we perform pre-scheduled and automatically continued code testing for the software. This takes place at the same time as the application code is written or updated.


3. Continuous Integration

This approach combines configuration management (CM) tools with other testing and development tools to track how much of the code being developed is ready for production. It also includes feedback between testing and development to identify and resolve problems.

4. Continuous delivery

According to the DevOps methodology, developers move their code to a pre-production or staging environment in this step. This is used for behavioural evaluation. At this point in the pipeline, a decision is made whether to move the build into production or hold it for further evaluation.
This is followed by the release of code in smaller pieces to avoid bottlenecks and to ensure a continuous flow of integration.

5. Continuous deployment

In this approach, we automate the release of new or changed code to production. Continuous deployment allows companies to release code or feature changes several times a day.
To realise the full potential of continuous deployment, robust testing frameworks must be available to ensure that the new code is bug-free and can be released immediately into production.

6. Continuous monitoring

In this step, we apply continuous monitoring. This involves the monitoring of codes that are in use as well as the infrastructure that is used to support the code. Detected errors are communicated back to development via a feedback loop.