According to a DevOps report, 90 % of the time spent on mobile goes to using Mobile Apps and a typical user has installed around 30 Mobile Apps on his mobile who spends around 35 hours a month using them. (Source). Increased mobile app usage led software professionals to adapt to DevOps, the only practice that allows them to create and deliver a successful mobile app in a shorter span of time.
So, why should you opt for DevOps?
Do you want to keep up with the fast-paced world? If your answer is ‘Yes’, you have no other choice but DevOps. Not because everybody is using it, but because you can only accomplish your goals of producing the best in the least amount of time
Facebook updates and refreshes its app every two weeks to fix the bugs, makes it
Why now is the best time to
There is no better time than now. All successful companies are diving in DevOps. Why don’t you?
DevOps is growing fast. 71% of respondents said their company is investing in DevOps. 98% of respondents said that their organization has realized success from agile projects. (Source) Following are the benefits that can give you enough reasons to consider DevOps if you are still not using.
Faster production due to its lean and agile approach, continuous integration and continuous deployment could be the game changers. DevOps simplifies the lengthy and complicated process of mobile app development that
Understand the need to use DevOps while creating Mobile Apps
Businesses tend to demand faster delivery of Mobile Applications to create their presence in the market as soon as possible. This does not give enough time to create a perfect package of an app to launch. What do you do in a situation like this? There is a very simple solution, Use DevOps.
When you need to deliver the app faster with continuous updates, DevOps is the key. DevOps ensures stable release and environment. Despite
If your clients require faster production and time to time releases, implementing a DevOps set up is necessary. Afterwards, you can keep a check to ensure the success of
In the end, it all comes down to ‘Right People, Right Process and Right Tools to deliver the End Result.’