The term DevOps was created with the combination of the concepts “development” and “operations”, and has been used as a way to approach culture, automation, and platform design to generate greater business value and responsiveness, through the agile delivery of high-quality services.
All of this is made possible by the prompt and consistent delivery of IT services. For DevOps, it is necessary to link legacy with cloud native applications, along with the newer infrastructures.
The core of the scrum methodology is the sprint. With this methodology, a project is executed in short time cycles of fixed duration (normally, these iterations take 2 weeks, although, in some teams, they take from 3 to 4 weeks, being the upper limit). Each iteration must provide a complete result, a final product increment that can be delivered to the customer with minimum effort when requested.
Scrum is especially suitable for projects in complex environments, where results need to be obtained quickly, where requirements are changing or poorly defined, and where innovation, competitiveness, flexibility, and productivity are essential.
The best way to speed up the process of adapting a new product to the market and the customer is through the minimum viable product (MVP) concept.
This could be defined as the minimum set of functionalities that you need to learn from your potential customers, and in particular, from those who are most interested in your new product. That is, those who more intensely experience the problem for which you intend to provide a solution.