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DevOps, the set of practices that combines software development and information technology operations, is beginning to transform teaching, learning, and research in higher education.
Many academic disciplines — and higher education institutions as a whole — have generally been slow to adopt DevOps. This lag can be due to a wide array of challenges, including a general lack of awareness inside academia of what DevOps is and how it can be used. Keeping pace with industry advancements and learning entirely new software and methodology is particularly challenging for faculty. Additionally, DevOps originated as a complex toolchain of individual software tools performing a specific group of functions, also called stages, that make up the DevOps lifecycle. To expect a faculty member to find, obtain, install, manage, learn (yet alone create) content and curriculum around this complex chain is, at the very least, unrealistic, if not impossible. From a student’s perspective, a complex toolchain can be overwhelming, confusing, and can interfere with learning. The Potential of DevOps in Higher Education
As DevOps began to mature from the industry side, and more functionality was built into a single platform, academics have begun to take notice. Early adopters across educational institutions worldwide have recognized […]