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Proposal to avoid issues in the DevOps implementation: A Systematic Literature Review

In recent years, many software companies try to offer software development faster and with better quality. In order to get these attributes, companies have tried to adapt new techniques and practices, for example, by getting continuous releases using DevOps practices, or some companies tried to change their habits to get software as faster as they can, but most of them couldn’t really understand the real meaning of DevOps. Companies commonly use DevOps with agile practices such as SCRUM, XP, and lean but it’s hard to listen to someone who applies a standard or model within a DevOps approach. This paper presents a performed systematic review protocol and its results use to get information about practices coming from frameworks, methodologies, and standards to improve some aspects that agile practices, sometimes ignore within a DevOps approach, besides finding some challenges and barriers that companies have, when they try to setup a DevOps environment.

Mirna Muñoz
CIMAT
Mexico

Mario Negrete
CIMAT
Mexico

Jezreel Mejía
CIMAT
Mexico

 


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