Git is an open-source, distributed version control system. In other words, popular Source Code Management. The purpose of Git is to manage a project, particularly the changes made in the source code over time. It also redefines data integrity and support for distributed, non-linear workflow. The Git stores different versions of a file in a remote or a local repository. In addition, you can load the data in the previous formats. G it stores these changes in the repository. Git users are fans of its distributive nature. Rapid pull and release cycle make it a favourite of developers. To integrate Git and DevOps, you need to host repositories where your team members can push their work.