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DevOPS and Traditional SCM practices

 
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We have been running a smooth SCM/Release engineering process in our environment ,in that context,
What is the major shift you are seeing in DevOPS from SCM.In first place ,is SCM loosing it sheen today?

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DevOps is heavily using SCM. There is a distinction in Devops about continuous "delivery" and continuous "deployment", with the latter including automated deployment into production environment. If you are using SCM practices to help automate deployment to production environment and manage the scripts/code for setting up your environment/infrastructure (as in infrastructure-as-code"), then there is not much difference between SCM and DevOps. Puppet and Chef are configuration management software.
 
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Thats exactly my point is, thanks for making it clear,We do have SCM practices with greater emphasis on CI-QA CI-Dev
But of late this concept of DevOPS started kicking in and without much deeper understanding on its PROS and CONS
subset of people around making lot of noise on it.....

What do you suggest would be the way forward for us
 
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@meenakshi, I think continuous improvement is a must in any organisation.If you are advanced users of SCM doing a lot DevOps already, maybe just point that out. But there might be things in DevOps that you are not doing yet and want to evaluate whether they are suitable to you or not. I usually don't mind how things are labeled.
 
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