Towards a benefits dependency network for DevOps based on a systematic literature review

@article{Jabbari2018TowardsAB,
  title={Towards a benefits dependency network for DevOps based on a systematic literature review},
  author={Ramtin Jabbari and Nauman bin Ali and Kai Petersen and Binish Tanveer},
  journal={Journal of Software: Evolution and Process},
  year={2018},
  volume={30}
}
DevOps as a new way of thinking for software development and operations has received much attention in the industry, while it has not been thoroughly investigated in academia yet. The objective of this study is to characterize DevOps by exploring its central components in terms of principles, practices and their relations to the principles, challenges of DevOps adoption, and benefits reported in the peer‐reviewed literature. As a key objective, we also aim to realize the relations between… 
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