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GitOps is a branch of DevOps that focuses on continuous deployment by using git repositories that represents the source of truth (design/blueprint) across many environments. The git repositories are used to manage both infrastructure and application deployments. The main difference between the two is that in GitOps, the git repository is the source of truth for the deployment state, while in DevOps, it is the application or server configuration files.


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