Game development is already challenging without faulty collaborative processes hindering your progress. Adopting a DevOps methodology can help reduce delays, heroics, and crunch. It’s time to accelerate iteration and ongoing feedback by automating the processes that slow teams down.
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What is DevOps in game development?
A DevOps lifecycle provides game developers with the benefits of automation and rapid iteration. The purpose is a more efficient process and collaborative culture. DevOps helps teams focus on player value and be proactive to feedback by reducing manual, repetitive tasks. Explore a practical example of Alt Shift’s DevOps story here.
What DevOps tools do Unity’s services integrate with?
From JIRA to Bamboo to Jenkins to Git, Unity’s DevOps components feature interoperability with a wide variety of tools to complement your existing toolchain and CI/CD pipeline. You can find more detail on version control integrations in our VCS for programmers page and integrations for Cloud Build here.