Agile vs DevOps

Agile and DevOps are two software development methodologies with similar aims. The agile methodology is also a software development methodology that came circa 2001 when the agile manifesto was introduced. Agile is a methodology that focuses on continuously delivering small manageable increments of a project through iterative development and testing.

DevOps are often defined because of the software development method that majorly emphasis on communication, collaboration, and integration among IT professionals so as to enable faster deployment of products. The term DevOps was shaped by combining the words “development” and “operations”.


DevOps is a software development strategy that emphasizes the collaboration, integration, and cooperation of IT professionals to promote the efficient deployment of the software.

Business Benefits:

  • Faster delivery of features
  • Improved cooperation and communication
  • More stable operating environments
  • More time to change, modify or innovate

What is Agile?

It is one among the software development methodologies, which focuses on multiple short-term development life cycles. Having short life cycles improves the quality of a product. These life cycles prioritize the feedback that we receive from consumers and let us make respective changes on the product faster.

Benefits Agile

  • Better transparency
  • Improves quality