Best DevOps

DevOps Experts Share Advice on Measuring Success

Source – informationweek.com Sears is at risk of bankruptcy, but not for the reasons we’re used to reading about here. While Sears has been in decline for many years, most recent CEO Eddie Lampert’s plan to sell “member” (employees aren’t allowed to say “customer”) data from subscription sign-ups floundered when an aggressive customer sign-up campaign called Shop Your Way slowed down check-out lines at Sears-owned stores. This aggravated customers and resulted in a loss of sales and decreased sales per minute, according

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What to do if you have a DevOps failure (and you will)

Source – techtarget.com DevOps offers significant promise for organizations seeking to better integrate business development with IT. When teams automate their processes and reduce the time it takes to test code and integrate improvements across platforms, they maximize efficiency. Automation does not, however, equate to automatic success. Creating a DevOps program is difficult — adoption has to be about more than the technology — and without the right plan and processes in place, there is a good chance you could have

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Dev-Oops: Why DevOps efforts fail

Source – sdtimes.com The main goal of DevOps is quite simple: ship software updates frequently, reliably, and with better quality. This goal is somewhat “motherhood and apple pie,” since almost every organization will agree that they want to get there. Many will tell you they’ve already embarked on the DevOps journey by following some commonly followed frameworks, such as “CALMS.” However, very few will express complete satisfaction with the results. After speaking to 200+ DevOps professionals at various stages of the

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Why Failure is Critical to DevOps Culture

Source – informationweek.com One of the first steps in DevOps is to understand the need for some failures and learn from them. It’s no secret that in order to fully adopt a DevOps culture, it requires acceptance of change from the C-level, down. The tricky part is that there is no roadmap or “step-by-step” guide to change a company’s culture, because every company is vastly different. A business can’t simply say, “Right now we’re going to start doing DevOps,” because so

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