The Promising Future for Mobile DevOps Engineers

Last Updated:
July 4, 2023
Brian Wallace

The future of Mobile DevOps Engineering appears highly promising, fueled by the increasing demand for DevOps engineers and the rapid growth of the DevOps market. The mobile industry is experiencing remarkable growth, as evidenced by rising app downloads, mobile ad spend, and user engagement. In 2022, there were 255 billion new app downloads, while mobile ad spend grew by 14% to reach $336 billion. People now spend an average of 5 hours per day using mobile applications, underlining the significance of mobile apps in their lives and creating a strong demand for skilled Mobile DevOps engineers.

Recruiters are actively prioritizing DevOps skills in their hiring decisions. The demand for DevOps engineer roles is projected to increase by 21% by 2028, indicating abundant job opportunities in this field. As the mobile app market becomes increasingly competitive, with millions of apps available and in development, Mobile DevOps engineers play a critical role in ensuring timely code delivery and maintaining high-quality releases. Professionals in this field can expect ample job opportunities and a dynamic work environment as the mobile industry continues to expand and evolve.

The demand for DevOps tools, particularly those related to continuous integration and continuous deployment (CI/CD), is also on the rise. Automation tools streamline the build, test, and deployment processes. This improves efficiency and allows Mobile DevOps engineers to deliver high-quality apps in a shorter time frame. Tools like Bitrise provide support for multiple platforms and enable faster build times, increased deployment frequency, improved app stability, and optimized infrastructure.


The Future of Mobile DevOps Engineering
Source: bitrise

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