The first step in the DevOps lifecycle is coding. In this phase, DevOps engineers write code on any platform to develop products for the client.
The second step is to build a simple model of the product with the use of the appropriate programming language.
After product construction, testing of the product is conducted to examine whether it meets the desired result or not. Products are examined with the use of automation checking out equipment such as selenium web driver or Bugzilla.
After testing the next step in the life cycle of DevOps is ‘release’. This step includes planning, scheduling, and controlling the constructed method in one kind of environment.
This includes the deployment of code to the production server. It is also important to be assured that the code is used correctly on all the servers. In the deployment phase, the configuration management tools play a vital role in the deployment of new code continuously and executing tasks frequently.
After the deployment of the application or product, it is delivered to the client to use. This step includes the practices involved in the design, implementation, configuration, deployment, and maintenance of all IT infrastructures.
Quickly identify and fix problems that affect the functionality, speed, and uptime of the product. Automatically alert your team for any changes, issues, or failures so that you can continue your services. .
The last phase in the DevOps development cycle is planning which includes gathering all the information, data, feedback, and comments from the clients and planning the modifications for enhanced performance.