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DevOps originated in the context of the agile methodology context to enable the continuous deployment and delivery of software applications in small releases. Organizations are taking a significant interest in adopting DevOps for deploying IoT applications to multi-cloud. The interest is there; however, there is no sufficient information on how to adopt DevOps to address this challenge effectively. A new DevOps reference architecture (DRA) framework has been developed to address this challenge. The DRA enables the automation of the IoT application deployment to a multi-cloud environment.

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