3. Better customer service through continuous delivery
With a faster turnaround time of development cycles, codes can be released into the production cycle more speedily. With this approach to DevOps, the team is always set to ‘delivering any time’ to the production and the customer experience is improved.
4. Instant solutions to system errors
All business owners know that errors are the biggest enemy of any digital product. But with the use of DevOps methodology, instant solutions are created. Increased collaboration with the abolition of silos and iterative development means that defects are drastically minimized.
5. Abolition of silos
Before DevOps, innovation was carried out in seclusion, with groups of developers coming up with ideas or solutions to problems before sharing them with other parts of the business. Now, with the increased interaction between teams through DevOps, there is a lot more transparency and exposure between teams, leading to improved collaboration and better all round results.