Implementing DevOps: Adopting and Adapting to a Culture of Collaboration

Posted by Tiempo Development
Apr 17, 2019 11:47:30 AM

 Since a major goal of DevOps is to create an environment of continuous improvement through continuous development, the implementation of any DevOps initiative must be seen as an ongoing, never-ending process that impacts far more than just any one given project. It bcomes a unifying way in which the various departments within a company learn to collaborate more effectively.

The greatest challenge for those approaching the implementation of DevOps in their organization will be the need for patience. The concept of constant iterative change is not readily or easily embraced. It involves constant evaluation, which can be anathema to many members of the team. Actions are viewed and taken with far greater granularity. The initiative must start small and prove itself, then be distributed organically with full buy-in from each department that becomes involved. Then there’s the other challenge:

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DevOps Lifecycle: Foster a Culture of Continuous Everything

Posted by Tiempo Development
Mar 21, 2019 4:19:35 PM

The DevOps Lifecycle

It’s important to note that DevOps instills an ongoing process of constant, iterative, incremental improvement. While the concept of a “lifecycle” implies, for some, that there is a finite “life” with a beginning and an end, the emphasis here is more on the “cycle” which will continue cycling until such time as the software under management is retired.

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What is DevOps, and Where Did it Come From?

Posted by Tiempo Development
Mar 13, 2019 8:10:03 AM

What is DevOps?

With the 2018 “State of DevOps” report telling us that those who implement the practice enjoy software delivery times that are 2,555 times faster, its clearly worth the time to learn more about it and how to implement it in your own organization.

The simplest and most understandable definition of DevOps can be drawn from the two words it is a compound of, development and operations. As we move along you may find it useful to change the question “What is DevOps” to “What can we achieve by implementing a DevOps culture?”

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