Top Players in the DevOps Market

Mar 29, 2022

Top Players in the DevOps Market

The global DevOps market size reached US$ 8.7 Billion in 2022. DevOps refer to a set of practices that combines software development and operations. It aids in increasing an organization’s speed and efficiency to deliver applications and provide their customers with improved services. It includes the involvement of a large cross-functional team consisting of developers, QA practitioners, business analysts, operations personnel, enterprise and software architects, line-of-business owners, security specialists, suppliers, and partners. As DevOps helps to seize market opportunities quickly and reduce the time to analyze customer feedback, it is widely utilized by various organizations across the globe.

As per the analysis by IMARC Group, the top DevOps companies are investing in workflow automation by integrating artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML), which enable organizations to anticipate problems, provide potential solutions, and minimize human error, thereby making operations more cost-efficient. They are also migrating from monolithic to microservice architecture, which involves cutting complex applications into flexible and scalable independent services, units, and entities. Besides this, several leading players are developing custom DevOps tools that can connect to the development, quality management, and technical operations personnel and give organizations comprehensive visibility into their DevOps environment. These advanced tools also enable the applications to be built, tested, and deployed independently, thereby reducing the operational complexity, allowing more flexible cycles, and offering scaling options. Looking forward, IMARC Group expects the market value to reach US$ 32.7 Billion by 2028, exhibiting a CAGR of 24.5% during the forecast period (2023-2028).

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List of Top DevOps Companies in the World:

International Business Machines Corporation (IBM) 

Establishment: 1911 
Headquarters: New York, United States 

IBM is widely known for the invention of a hard disk drive, floppy disk, relational database, universal product code (UPC) barcode, and dynamic random-access memory (DRAM). It also produces and markets computer hardware, middleware, and software for various industry verticals. Moreover, the company offers hybrid cloud platforms, which enable enterprises to access data across diverse environments, offer flexibility to customers, and provide a reliable and secure data domain. 

Microsoft Corporation

Establishment: 1976
Headquarters: Washington, United States

Microsoft Corporation is a multinational technology corporation that produces computer software, consumer electronics, personal computers, and related services. Its best-known software products are the Microsoft Windows line of operating systems, the Microsoft Office suite, and Internet Explorer. The company also produces a wide range of other consumer and enterprise software for desktops, tablets, laptops, gadgets, and servers, including internet search, cloud computing, and software development software.

Oracle Corporation 

Establishment: 1977 
Headquarter: California, United States 

Oracle Corporation is one of the global leaders in enterprise software and information technology (IT) solutions. It sells and develops tools for enterprise resource planning (ERP), database software and technology, cloud engineered systems, human capital management (HCM), and supply chain management (SCM). The company also markets its products through third-party applications and enterprise management software, such as Oracle Enterprise Manager (OEM), which provides web-based monitoring and cloud-enabled product management.

Broadcom Inc. (CA Technologies)

Establishment: 1960s 
Headquarters: New York, United States 

CA Technologies, acquired by Broadcom in 2018, operates as an IT management software and solutions company. It develops, markets, and licenses automation, security, cloud solutions, service management, training, agile planning, and test data management software that operate on a range of hardware platforms and operating systems. Some of the best-known products offered by the company include TopSecret, ACF2, Datacom IDMS, InterTest, TLMS, and Panvalet. 

Google LLC

Establishment: 2002
Headquarters: United States 

Google LLC is a technology corporation that offers inter-related services and products, including web-based search, online advertising technologies, cloud computing, software, and hardware. It offers services designed for work and productivity, email, time management, cloud storage, language translation, navigation, blog publishing, and photo organizing and editing through its Docs, Sheets, Google Slides, Gmail, Translate, Maps, Earth, Street View, Calendar, and Drive.

Cisco Systems

Establishment: 1984
Headquarters: California, United States

Cisco develops, manufactures, and sells networking hardware, software, telecommunications equipment, and other high-technology products and services. It also specializes in specific tech markets, such as the Internet of Things (IoT), domain security, video conferencing, and energy management with its leading products including   Webex, Jabber, Duo Security, OpenDNS, and Jasper. Recently, Cisco acquired CloudCherry, a customer experience management company, and Voice, an artificial intelligence company, to expand their product portfolio.

Amazon Web Services

Establishment: 2006
Headquarters: United States 

Amazon Web Services (AWS), a subsidiary of Amazon, provides digital streaming and on-demand cloud computing platforms to enterprises, individuals, and governments on a subscription basis. The company offers products and solutions for website hosting, backup, digital marketing, application integration, analytics, blockchain, storage and content delivery, deployment and management, and other related services. The company also provides various distributed computing tools and technical infrastructure, such as the Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (EC2), which enables the user to operate a virtual cluster of computers accessible through the internet.

Cigniti Technologies Ltd.

Establishment:  1998
Headquarters: Hyderabad, India

Formerly known as Chakkilam Infotech Limited, Cigniti Technologies Limited is a multinational corporation that provides independent quality engineering services, including independent software testing, quality, and digital assurance, test advisory, and test transformation solutions. Over the last decade, the company has helped global enterprises build quality software while improving automation and reducing overall costs. Recently, Cigniti Technologies has introduced its flagship IP, BlueSwan, the next-generation proprietary test platform that spans the entire software testing lifecycle and complements the existing commercial and open-source QA tools.

Hewlett-Packard Company

Establishment: 1939 
Headquarters: California, United States  

Hewlett-Packard (HP), now operating as HP Inc., is a manufacturer of computer services, software hardware, and other informational technology (IT) infrastructure. The company operates through three business segments, including printing, personal systems, and corporate investments. It provides imaging and printing systems, personal digital assistants, mobile devices, servers, workstation computers, and related technologies and solutions to various small and medium-sized businesses (SMBs), and large enterprises.

Dell EMC (EMC Corporation)

Establishment:  1979
Headquarters: Massachusetts, United States

Dell EMC sells data storage, information security, virtualization, analytics, cloud computing, and other products and services that enable organizations to store, manage, protect, and analyze data.  Dell acquired EMC Corporation in 2016, which combined Dell’s enterprise server, personal computer, and mobile businesses with EMC’s enterprise storage business. The acquisition is also considered the biggest tech deal in history. At present, Dell EMC offers a cloud marketplace, data protection, data storage, networking, servers, and shares information from all major computing environments and mainframe platforms.

VersionOne Inc.

Establishment: 2002
Headquarters: California, United States

VersionOne is a software company that develops and provides SaaS-based project and life cycle management tools to simplify the software delivery process. The company focuses on offering end-to-end enterprise agile software solutions, which helps organizations scale their agility and DevOps initiatives faster, easier, and smarter while reducing risks. In line with this, VersionOne offers market leaders a cohesive solution for automating and visualizing the flow of change throughout their application development lifecycles.

Micro Focus International PLC

Establishment:  1976
Headquarters: England, the United Kingdom

Micro Focus is one of the world’s largest enterprise software providers that deliver mission-critical technology and supporting services to assist businesses worldwide in managing the core IT elements of their business. The company offers a broad portfolio of enterprise software products and supporting services that help to accelerate, simplify, strengthen, and analyze crucial business operations. At present, it specializes in the areas of enterprise DevOps, security, hybrid IT management, risk, governance, and predictive analytics.

Puppet, Inc.

Establishment:  2009
Headquarters: Oregon, United States

Puppet is an information technology company that develops automation software. It provides products and solutions to facilitate incident remediation, delivery and compliance, and configuration management of multi-cloud environments. The company also provides the foundation for DevOps practices such as versioning, automated testing, continuous integration, and continuous delivery. Puppet’s flagship product is Puppet Enterprise, an automated solution that combines model? and task-based capabilities that enables organizations to scale their multi-cloud infrastructure.

Red Hat, Inc.

Establishment: 1993
Headquarters: Connecticut, United States  

Red Hat, a subsidiary of IBM, provides open-source software products including middleware, application development, virtualization, operating system, management, Linux, container, Kubernetes, cloud, and other storage technologies in the field of hybrid cloud infrastructure, automation, IT optimization, integration, and digital transformation. The company also supports, trains provide management solutions and consulting services to the healthcare, financial, public, and telecommunications industries.

Gitlab, Inc.

Establishment:  2014
Headquarters: California, United States

GitLab Inc. is the open-core company that provides GitLab, a DevOps software that empowers organizations to maximize the overall return on software development by delivering software efficiently and strengthening overall security and compliance. It follows an open-core development model where the core functionality is released under an open-source license and additional functionality such as code owners, multiple issue assignees, dependency scanning, and insights are issued under a proprietary license. At present, the company has 30 million estimated registered users, 1 million active license users, and an active community of 2,500 contributors. 

Progress Chef Software Corporation (Chef Software Inc.)

Establishment:  2008
Headquarters: Massachusetts, United States

Progress Chef provides complete infrastructure automation to develop, deploy and manage high-impact business applications on-premises and in the cloud. It offers an open-source codebase and tools for its community, along with premium, enterprise-level content, support, security, and configuration management for customers. The company acquired Chef Software Inc. in 2020 to extend its product portfolio in the DevOps ecosystem and expand the Progress developer community.

Docker, Inc.

Establishment: 2008
Headquarters: California, United States  

Docker, Inc. is a technology company that designs and develops application software. It provides programmers with various platforms, such as Docker Hub and Docker Desktop, which simplifies application development. The company incorporates an integrated dev pipeline that automatically handles code building, deployment, scaling, application runtime, packaging tools, cloud service, and load-balancing. This enables program developers to create and run applications as a collection of containers accessible across different computing devices.

Atlassian Corporation PLC

Establishment: 2002
Headquarters: Sydney, Australia

Atlassian is a holding company that designs, develops, licenses, and maintains an array of software and provision software hosting services. It operates through four business segments: maintenance, subscriptions, perpetual license, and others. Some of its products include core, Jira Software, Jira Align, Service Desk, Confluence, Trello, Sourcetree, and Bitbucket, which are targeted at project managers, software developers, and IT teams. In addition to this, the company provides collaboration tools, project planning and management software, and IT help desk solutions.


About IMARC Group: IMARC Group is a leading market research and consulting company that offers management strategy and market research worldwide. The company has done multiple projects on the DevOps market, which has enabled clients to set up and expand their businesses successfully. Some of the company’s offerings include: 

  • Market Research 
  • Plant setup
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  • Marketing and sales
  • Procurement and Distribution 
  • Innovation and Product Development

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