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Rethink IT — Part 2

Demystifying DevOps: What are the values that constitute DevOps culture?

John Willis, Director of Ecosystem Development at Docker, Inc and DevOpsCon speaker, wrote in a blog post that “if you don’t have culture, all automation attempts will be fruitless”. But how relevant is the cultural aspect in a DevOps context? We invited seven DevOps experts to shed some light on the importance of the DevOps culture and weigh in on its elements.

DevOpsCon talk

The DevOps Test — A recipe for a good DevOps company

The DevOps movement is inevitable and the benefits have been discussed in the community. But we have also seen the challenges and know that companies will struggle with adopting DevOps techniques. In this talk, Anna Löw and Matthias Lübken share their thoughts and approach for a DevOps Test for organizations.

Rethink IT — Part 1

Demystifying DevOps: 7 reasons why culture is the key

Culture is the essence. This seems to be consensus in debates about digital transformation and DevOps. But what does this “culture thing” really mean in the context of an organization? That’s the cardinal question to be answered by any company willing to benefit from DevOps ideas.

Philipp Krenn's DevOpsCon session

101 steps to avoid a security disaster in the cloud

Isn’t it great how easy one can scale up in the cloud? In this video, Philipp Krenn, Developer Advocate at Elastic, teaches you how to avoid a security disaster both in general and by using specific services such as AWS and GitHub.

Viktor Farcic's DevOpsCon session

Continuous Deployment: How to prevent problems from occurring

In this video, Viktor Farcic, Senior Consultant at CloudBees, talks about the practices and tools required to set up fully autonomous self-healing systems capable of both reactive recuperation from failures and proactive predictions of steps that should be taken to prevent failures before they happen.

Interview with Damon Edwards, Co-Founder and Chief Product Officer of SimplifyOps

“DevOps is a management problem”

Improving your own organization’s performance – from where they are now to performance levels equal to the industry leaders – seems like a very long and difficult road. What is missing in most organizations? We talked to Damon Edwards, co-founder and managing partner of DTO Solutions and DevOpsCon speaker, about the challenges that accompany DevOps and how a repeatable system that empowers teams to find and fix their own problems looks like.

So What is DevOps, Really? - Part II

Why you must care about DevOps

DevOps is becoming the de facto standard for software development. A quick look at case studies reveals early successes and tremendous potential. Companies that have adopted DevOps principles are disrupting industries, innovating faster and leaving competitors behind. By adopting a DevOps culture, these companies have aligned all stakeholders – from development and operations teams to management and more – around the common objective of delivering quality software rapidly and reliably.

So What is DevOps, Really?

What is DevOps?

It seems that everyone in IT these days is talking about DevOps. From conferences, to articles and books, the term DevOps has taken the IT world by storm. The buzz is understandable, as many IT groups are looking for a way out of the morass of delayed projects, questionable quality and missed deliveries in which they often find themselves.

Why are microservices important for you? — Part 3

“Microservices should not be used if the organization is not embracing DevOps principles”

No software architect can resist the temptation to talk about their experience with microservices. We launched an interview series with experts who talked about the benefits and challenges of microservices, when people should not use them and what impact they have on an organization. Our third interviewee is Daniel Bryant, Chief Scientist at OpenCredo and speaker at the upcoming JAX London.

How to know if you are ready to embark on your CD journey

Are you Continuous Delivery ready?

I’m sure by now everyone reading this has heard a great deal about Continuous Delivery, which I’ll refer to as CD from here on. In short, you do it to accelerate the process of software delivery – which means you can see the value of coding more quickly.

The real aim of DevOps

DevOps for effectiveness, not efficiency

In his DevOpsCon keynote, Markus Andrezak, the founder of ueberproduct, explains why the aim of DevOps should be effectiveness (doing the right thing) and not efficiency.