After reading The Unicorn Project a few months ago, (and Accelerate and the Phoenix Project a few years prior) I came across an audio series by same authors, called Beyond the Phoenix Project.
DevOps is primarily focussed on moving code from a developers laptop into production, in a fast manner, while maintaining stability. Fundamentally, this is the delivery pipeline. For those of us using DevOps to
I studied my first Azure certification - Exam AZ-103: Microsoft Azure Administrator during the latter part of 2019. I completed the course, but did'nt write the exam. I did'nt enjoy Azure training as
I began studying for Sysops in early March, straight after writing Developer Associate. Similar to what I did with the Developer Associate exam, I took a practise test first, before doing any course
It's one thing reading about the extreme DevOps practices of the unicorns (Google, Facebook, etc), and it's completely another thing trying to adopt DevOps in a legacy organisation. Thats why it's reassuring to
In a previous post, we spoke in depth about product/feature teams. In this post, I want to talk about a Platform team, that will support the platform used by the feature teams