Every organisation now is interested in automation, performance and scalability. With the rise in automation and platform tools, developing and deploying applications has become easier and increasingly fast. DevOps methodologies are always changing with new practices and use-cases for your workloads.

Over the years, DevOps has helped transform the deployment velocity in terms of how quickly products or applications can be piped through the release pipeline. DevOps nowadays hints towards delivering avoiding the wall of confusion so that your team will have a better collaboration to deliver the business and software to the customer.

Let us take a look at those trends for 2023 and how it'll impact your organisation.

  1. Serverless Computing: Serverless computing has become popular over the previous years, and this trend will continue in 2023. Serverless enables you to run and deploy code without worrying about the servers. The code you write  In serverless, you don't need to worry about creating a server, deploying a server everything is taken care of you by the Cloud Platform.

  2. Rise in DevSecOps: DevSecOps have been on for a while now and it'll gain momentum this year. DevSecOps is a growing field that will be a game changer for software companies. DevSecOps means adding security to your DevOps pipeline. In DevSecOps security is not an after-thought instead you add it to all the stages of your development and deployment pipeline. The goal of DevSecOps is to minimize malicious attacks and defend cybersecurity threats as much as possible.

  3. DevOps Automation: One of the important trends for 2023 will be automation. A lot of development and deployment will depend on DevOps automation methods. Automation workflows like CTO.ai workflows will make it faster and easier to test, and automate your application lifecycle.

  4. Increase focus on GitOps: The rise in GitOps has made it easy for teams looking to automate infrastructure. GitOps uses a git repository as the source of truth for infrastructure definitions. The GitOps process is done using continuous delivery and automated pipelines, which also happens on the application deployment.

  5. Adoption of Chaos Engineering with DevOps: Many teams are beginning to adopt the value of chaos engineering as it lets them get ahead of unexpected disruptions by continuously identifying weaknesses in a system through controlled reliability procedures. Specific evaluation are put in place when implementing chaos engineering to make sure your system is configured properly.

  6. Platform Engineering:  Platform engineering growing adoption has made it possible for teams and organizations to build, and manage workflows to accelerate the delivery and deployment of applications by providing self-service capabilities with automated infrastructure development. More ogranizations will be embracing platfrom engineering this year as it'll help them solve their business challenges and remove the burden of managing and building a complicated infrastructure across the software lifecycle.


A lot of organisations will be implementing and embracing DevOps practices this year to speed up their workflows and deploy software faster. New and advanced tools like CTO.ai will keep enabling developers to test, build, secure, automate and simplify their infrastructure towards reducing costs, and increasing efficiency on your cloud resources.