CONTINUOUS EVERYTHING

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DevOps is a hot topic and everyone needs to be automated.

High-performance software teams understand the importance of adopting the Continuous Integration/Continuous Delivery methodology.

Continuous Integration (CI) is a development practice, in software engineering, of merging all developer working copies to a shared mainline several times a day.

Continuous Delivery (CD) is a software engineering approach in which teams produce software in short cycles, ensuring that the software can be reliably released at any time.

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-->"Your company is now fast and efficient"

High Performing Teams Release 1 Line of Code in
High Performing Teams Have
30X Faster Deployment
200X Shorter Lead Time
168X Faster Recovery

Top Adopted DevOps Principles

*Based on a survey of 1000 companies.

46%

Automation

Automating common and repetitive processes frees up time for higher-level work and opens up opportunities for innovations that wouldn’t be possible otherwise.

10%

Sharing

To work efficiently, it’s important to work well together, and sharing is how you get there. Sharing progress data helps foster a more effective DevOps culture.

12%

Measurement

Integrating feedback into the work is a fundamental part of agile and lean practices. For mature organizations, this means measuring everything that moves in production

32%

Culture

DevOps is a cultural undertaking, so it's about more than acquiring new tools and taking on new practices. It’s about setting expectations and priorities, and the fundamental beliefs that guide them

Atlassian Customers Adopting DevOps

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