DevOps predictions for 2023

DevOps predictions

Here are the top DevOps predictions for the year 2023, which include Open Source Programme Offices, AI-aided coding, containers, DevOps market momentum, the rise of 5G and its impact on IoT and DevOps.

The emergence of more Open Source Program Offices:
Compliance has been the primary focus of open source program offices (OSPOs). Given the increased attention being paid to software supply chain security, it’s more crucial than ever for someone to be in charge of a programme and manage the organisation’s safe usage of open-source software. OSPOs have the opportunity to assume greater control of the curation of open-source libraries and packages.

Focus on the secure use of AI-Aided Coding
The importance of safeguarding the software supply chain from developer to deployment, as well as how modern enterprises do so as the number of connected devices grows fast.

Containers will continue to rule
The overall transition to the cloud and acceptance of K8s will increase as the variety, volume, and size of software packages grows, fueled by developments in cryptocurrencies, metaverse, gaming, and blockchain, among others.

DevOps will further strengthen its momentum
The DevOps market is expected to grow from $6.38 billion to $14.8 billion by 2023, at a CAGR of 12.1%. This growth will be driven by the adoption of cloud-based technologies and automation tools, which are being adopted by startups as well as large enterprises worldwide.

The rise of 5G and its impact on IoT and DevOps: 5G networks will be adaptable and modular, using technologies such as software-defined networks (SDN), cloud-native computing, and cloud radio access networks (cloud RAN). A flexible architecture allows for the expansion of overall network capacity as needed, completing the standardisation of application programming interfaces (APIs) towards underlying infrastructure, which will be critical for automatic access to a heterogeneous network.

(This article is written by Kavita Vishwanath, GM JFrog India.)

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