Jeff Sussna wants to elevate the manageability of microservices to the DevOps level. To do this, organizations have to shift their definition of system-level quality from stability to resilience. Let us start treating microservices as the complex systems they are.
Setting the rules, planning ahead, keeping important questions in mind – all this and more on the DevOps journey of development to delivery in software with James Fryman.
The partnership that exists between open source and DevOps is undeniable to Mark Hinkle, who believes the culture behind DevOps is paramount if you want improved delivery of software and services.
Customer goals are not always at the forefront of the design process, but Jeff Sussna believes that IT must revise its approach to ‘usability’ in order to achieve true quality in the mind of the customer. Customer experience here is key.
The path to employing and practicing continuous delivery isn’t always an easy one to take. CloudBees CEO Sacha Labourey explains how the continuous delivery process requires planning and preparedness to work.
Why is talking about “culture” helpful in effecting a transformation such as DevOps? Jeff Sussna explores this often murky area to help define and explain the role of culture in DevOps today.
DevOps is important and so is design, so why shouldn’t they be used harmoniously in a successful partnership? Jeff Sussna has coined his own theory behind the concept of continuous design.
Continuous Delivery is helping to solidify the role of developer operations at the heart of the modern company’s business strategy.
If your enterprise hasn’t already adopted a DevOps approach, there’s officially no excuse anymore.