Similar to the previous post on the different agile methodologies, this post will cover some of the basics of DevOps. Last week I attended DevOps Foundations training and certification. It started with the
Most large enterprises (who I am fond to laugh at) that dont get DevOps are still stuck in 2003, when Nicholas Carr published IT Doesn’t Matter, a time which looked like this:
Starting with the origins of agile, that will assist in providing an overall understanding of the different methodologies, in order to help you choose the best based on your needs.
I recently had such a huge Aha moment, my own Eureka - I literally heard the light bulb click in my head, I tilted my head sideways, and then I understood it all.
I just finished reading Accelerate, The Science of Lean Software and DevOps: Building and Scaling High Performing Technology Organiations. by Nicole Forsgren, Jez Humble, and Gene Kim, the same folks behind Project Phoenix,
The role of leadership on technology transformation has been one of the more overlooked topics in DevOps, When dealing with Digital Transformations, agile and Devops, the question of culture always comes up. The