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Modeling DevOps Deployment Choices Using Process Architecture Design Dimensions

Abstract : DevOps is a software development approach that enables enterprises to rapidly deliver software product features through process automation, greater inter-team collaboration and increased efficiency introduced through monitoring and measuring activities. No two enterprise-adopted DevOps approaches would be similar as each enterprise has unique characteristics and requirements. At present, there is no structured method in enterprise architecture modeling that would enable enterprises to devise a DevOps approach suitable for their requirements while considering possible process reconfigurations. Any DevOps implementation can have variations at different points across development and operational processes and enterprises need to be able to systematically map these variation points and understand the tradeoffs involved in selecting one alternative over another. In this paper, we use our previously proposed Business Process Architecture modeling technique to express and analyze DevOps alternatives and help enterprises select customized DevOps processes that match their contexts and requirements.
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Zia Babar, Alexei Lapouchnian, Eric yu. Modeling DevOps Deployment Choices Using Process Architecture Design Dimensions. 8th Practice of Enterprise Modelling (P0EM), Nov 2015, Valencia, Spain. pp.322-337, ⟨10.1007/978-3-319-25897-3_21⟩. ⟨hal-01442259⟩



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