The goal of development is to make the best thing possible in the least amount of time. Creation is complex often involving many departments and disciplines. The enemy of developmental progress is communication and failure to integrate. These information and functional silos can allow for
blatant problems in an application to affect multiple parties. In the Federal IT space, integration and departmental communication is often more segmented and siloed than commercial organizations. The development and implementation of new methods of application engineering in the Federal government is too often guilty of incrementalism. In the private sector, development and operation have gone hand-in-hand so long people got tired of separating the two, instead saving time by referring simply to DevOps.
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