The term DevOps is a conjunction of development (software developers) and operations (manage and put software into production). Many IT organizations have started to adopt such a concept, but the question is how and what? Is it a job? Is it a process or a part of ITIL best practices?
DevOps is a development and operations compound, which basically defines a methodology of software development. It describes practices that streamline the software delivery process. This is not all. In fact, it is more about raising communication and integration between developments, operators (including administrators), and quality assurance. The essence of the DevOps movement is in the benefits of collaboration. Different disciplines can relate to DevOps and bring their experiences and skills together under the DevOps label to build a cover of shared values.
So, we agree that this is a methodology that puts several disciplines on the same wave length as shown in the following figure: