How to kill your DevOps initiative
DevOps is hot. Everyone wants it. Continuous delivery is not just for the cool kids in the loft office anymore. Enterprises that have a long history of ‘hardware’, like Target, ING and Cengage Learning, are transforming into software companies. They need to be able to experiment in the market with shorter lead times. A potent brew of collaboration and automation is required.
A quick note. Startups, you are not doing DevOps by default. Just because you sit together does not mean you don’t also have to put in the difficult work of creating and maintaining lean delivery cycles. I’ve worked for large and small organizations, and the notion that “X only works in startups”, or increasingly common, “X only works in enterprises”, is disingenuous. This is the definition of a red herring.
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