8 DevOps Trends to be Aware of in 2020
- Automation will become the major focus
- Shifting attention from CI Pipelines to DevOps Assembly Lines
- Rise in Artificial Intelligence (AI), Data Science Boost
- Concept of “everything as code”
- Hype in using Server Less Architecture
- Automation through AI and Data Science
- More Embedded Security
- Kubernetes has evolved significantly
According to a collective study, DevOps market generated 2.9 billion in 2017 and the market is expected to reach at $6.6 billion by 2022. DevOps has become a key focus and has shaped the world of software and many experts predict that DevOps is going to be the mainstream and is going to reach its peak at 2020.
Enterprises are not only showing interest in DevOps but are gradually adopting DevOps-related practices and technologies. As per Hackernoon article citing Statista, there was a 7% boost in DevOps adoption from 2017 to 2018. DevOps software market is projected to grow from $2.9 billion in 2017 to $6.6 billion in 2022 (source: estimates from IDC).
Fig: Google trend is shown for “DevOps” and a hypothesis of its estimated growth in 2019.
DevOps offers the following benefits:
- Fast response towards an amendment
- Offers great speed and makes the security arrangement more agile
- Establishes a perfect channel of collaboration and communication
- Fast identification of bugs or vulnerabilities in the code
- Team can effortlessly put their sole attention on other critical things instead of focusing on security features
Many enterprises are adopting DevOps and there is a boost up to 17% in the year 2018 than what was about 10% in the year 2017 (according to Statista)
Predictions of 8 DevOps Trends to be aware of in 2020:
1. Automation will become the major focus
Companies that have already implemented DevOps have seen high efficiency and faster deployments. When it comes to DevOps, DevOps automation is what we talk more about. Zero-touch automation is going to be the upcoming future. Understanding the 6 C’s of the DevOps cycle and to apply automation between these phases is the key, and this is going to be the major objective in 2020.
2. Shifting attention from CI Pipelines to DevOps Assembly Lines
The final goal of DevOps is to improve collaboration between planning and automation of the delivery procedure. It is not just about doing Continuous Integration (CI) but it is all about CD (continuous delivery). Companies are investing extra effort and time into understand about automating their whole software development process. In 2020, the attention is going to shift from Continuous Integration (CI) pipeline to DevOps assembly lines.
Advantages of Assembly Lines:
- Powerful nested visibility
- Native integrations
- Fast on board and scale with “as-code” philosophy
- Perfect CD (continuous delivery) with interoperability
- Team-based business intelligence and analytics
3. Rise in Artificial Intelligence (AI), Data Science Boost
Growing number of Artificial Intelligence-driven apps will push data science teams to look for DevOps philosophy in their workflows. DevOps method is expected to be their prominent option in dealing with automated pipelines, maintaining, and testing multiple deployed models in the production chain.
This is going to boost further as data science & development teams move closer for high efficiency in development, deployment & managing AI & ML-driven apps.
4. Concept of “everything as code”
We cannot deny the fact that coding has now become the backbone of the IT sector. Understanding various DevOps tools and automating scripts plays a crucial role in the software development and this is going to dominate in 2020. The future of this industry depends on the technical capabilities of the developers, testers, and people of the operation.
Since, DevOps is all about easing the delivery cycle, there is a need to bring in the code which can be used to increase the software production cycles efficiency. The thought of “everything as code,” is DevOps’s built-in practice and it can be present in the SDLC to create a wave in the DevOps trend 2020. Software Testers are likely to suffer if they do not learn to code and write their test scripts.
5. Hype in using Server Less Architecture
DevOps can be reached to the zenith level with server-less architecture. This is not free of server; however, there is a cloud service which takes care of the complete architecture. This extraordinary architecture allows the software developers to concentrate focus on the “Application Part”. BaaS and FaaS are the two critical aspects of the server less architecture. By employing server-less architecture, you can save time, cut down the costs, and ensure resilient work flow.
6. Automation through AI and Data Science
The main objective of 2020 is zero-touch automation. The continuous increase of Artificial Intelligence and Data Science has become a game-changer. Various apps are fueled with AI, which is pushing DevOps teams to seek automation possibilities to discover prospects within their workflow streams.
7. More Embedded Security
With the exponential growth of security breaches and the bad impacts to the company’s reputation, cyber-security has become business imperative. In 2020, DevOps will rapidly include security.
Recently we have seen a buzz trend of DevSecOps. DevSecOps is all about injecting security first in the app development life cycle, therefore decreasing vulnerabilities and improving business reputation.
The shift to DevSecOps will also bring great collaboration in software development. It will ensure the development processes remains flawless, efficient, and effective.
8. Kubernetes has evolved significantly
Kubernetes has turn out to be the top growing container technology. Globally, technologists and CIO’s have preferred Kubernetes because of its offerings and it is expected to grow by 2020. This year, we saw the adoption of Kubernetes take off as companies of all sizes embraced containers for running cloud-native apps. In 2020, we will start to see container orchestration software replacing several old DevOps functions.
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Whether it is all about offering software development services or other services, DevOps has become the inevitable part of any organization. By staying up to date with the newest trends, you set your business up to get the enormous benefits from DevOps.
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