DevOps Statistics: The state of DevOps in 2022 and beyond
July 18, 2022
Vlad Teodorescu Birla
DevOps is now an integral part of most organizations that run complex operations. Although it is mostly used by big businesses at the moment, the latest statistics and trends show that DevOps is getting integrated more and more in small and medium-sized organizations as well.
Businesses are rapidly adopting new trends that will help them with shorter development times, but 85% of organizations are still having a hard time with their DevOps implementation.
The most common issues reported by companies when it comes to DevOps integration are related to the lack of skills, adjustments to the corporate culture, and last, but not least, legacy infrastructure.
DevOps stats & Charts
The size of the DevOps market exceeded $4 billion in 2019, and it’s expected to have a CAGR (Compound Annual Growth Rate) of over 20% between 2020-2026.
83% of IT decision-makers have implemented DevOps practices in 2021 to unlock higher business value for their organizations
99% of IT specialists consider that DevOps has had a positive impact on their organization in 2020
61% of project managers consider that implementing DevOps has helped them create higher quality deliverables
49% of organizations have reported a shorter time-to-market for software to services
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