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By April 16, 2024June 26th, 2024In The News

A global survey of more than 10,000 developers conducted by the Continuous Delivery Foundation (CDF) finds 83% of developers are involved in DevOps-related activities, with a third (33%) actively using continuous integrations tools, monitoring tools to track infrastructure performance and testing applications for security vulnerabilities.

Revealed today at the cdcon event, another 29% of respondents said they were actively involved in continuous delivery/deployment. The most widely used DevOps tools and platforms are source control management (29%) and issue tracking (28%), but only (21%) said they build continuous integration/continuous delivery (CI/CD) pipelines.

According to Mark Waite, community manager for CloudBees, the survey results said that while DevOps practices are widespread there is a clear need for organizations to achieve higher levels of maturity given the uneven adoption of best practices. For example, only a quarter (25%) of respondents said they programmatically manage infrastructure.

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