DevOps is the hottest buzzword in the world of service delivery. More and more organizations are jumping onto the DevOps bandwagon in the hope of transforming their broken product delivery pipeline. And yet, not many people know what exactly DevOps is.
Register for the O’Reilly Velocity Conference, taking place Oct. 1-4 in New York, to learn more about how to leverage DevOps at your organization. A few years ago, I wrote that DevOps is the movement that doesn’t want to be defined.
DevOps … is a term used to refer to a set of practices that emphasize the collaboration and communication of both software developers and information technology (IT) professionals while automating the process of software delivery and infrastructure changes.
You’re definitely not a happy bunny (and this is thankfully the polite way of expressing it). Why? Because poor releases, and the associated outages, are hurting the business, causing delays, and demoralizing the team (after all no one likes to fail or to look bad in the eyes of their colleagues).
I recently made a 3-week whirlwind tour to a number of destinations (Germany, Bratislava, UK (London & Manchester), Poland, Mexico, Norway and the Netherlands, reaching out to around 650 people from different organizations.
When Anna-Katrina Shedletsky was working as an engineer at Apple, she often found herself traveling overseas and spending weeks at the factory to fix a problem on an electronics assembly line. Finding the root cause of an anomaly can be like finding a needle in a haystack.