The authors noted that the development of intellectual systems was carried out on the
basis of the application of uniform scientific and methodological principles and a number of
requirements, the formation of which is preceded by a thorough and comprehensive system
analysis of actors. The history of the formation of automated control systems for higher
educational institutions at the National University “Lviv Polytechnic” is analyzed. The concept
of DevOps is presented as an innovative paradigm for the formation and operation of IT
project teams. The DevOps paradigm is presented by the authors as an information technology
complex, which in a system combination provides a highly effective operation of the integrated
team of the IT project – system analysts, developers, integrators and operators, which
implements and supports it at all stages of the life cycle.
DevOps is a set of communication practices that contribute to the rapid and reliable
creation, testing and implementation of advanced information technology products for
industrial exploitation. The DevOps concept is based on building an effective communication
culture that provides productive collaboration between all members of the project team. The
culture of communication is one of the most important factors in the success of DevOps
concept implementation. Formation and implementation of the concept of joint responsibility,
transparency and faster feedback is a reliable basis for the operation of the high-performance
team DevOps. Teams that work on an information technology project (IT project), often do
not adhere to the principles of intra-system "thinking". By the internal nature of the DevOps
information technology complex, the use of such a methodology of "system thinking", which
generally has a positive effect on the overall success of the team that implements the project.
The DevOps concept eliminates the barriers between traditionally isolated groups of
developers and those who operate the system, integrating them into a single integrated team.
According to the DevOps concept, team members work to maximize optimization and increase
productivity of developers, as well as increase the reliability of the product during its
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