What is a changelog

What Is a Changelog?

A changelog is defined as a specific file that records, details, and describes an ordered list of each change made during an organizational project in chronological order.

A changelog usually includes a comprehensive list of updated features, added or removed from a project, along with the date that the change occurred. This includes new application software capabilities, bug fixes, and updates.

In our constantly changing business landscape, application users need to be made aware of changes or updates to the software or applications that they use daily. Therefore, changelogs should be understandable for both organizational, administrative employees, software developers, and application users.

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What does DevOps mean?

DevOps is a specific combination of tools and practices designed to increase a business’s ability to create and execute applications, software and other services much faster when compared to traditional application software development methods.

Studies have shown that traditional software development operations are 41% more time consuming than DevOps. These practices merge software development (Dev) with data operation (Ops) to reduce the software system development cycle so that users can create more complex applications in significantly less time than ever before.

A cross-functional DevOps team encourages collaboration between application development and operational teams throughout an application software’s development cycle.

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