If you're stuck with someone in an elevator and have only a few seconds to explain why introducing agile Methodolgies and DevOps is a good idea, these five goals might help you: Agile Elevator Pitch 1. less code 2. less dependencies 3. less bugs and problems 4. less wait times 5. more value If you … Continue reading The 5 Goals Of Agile And DevOps
A lot of Sysadmins and developers all over the world write, meet and talk about DevOps: How to collaborate better so we can deliver business value faster. The aim of DevOps is to get rid of the traditional way of thinking in silos inherent to development and operations. But how can You find out whether … Continue reading Do you have a DevOps Culture?
DevOps is an approach to bridge the gap between agile software development and operations. The DevOps tribe is a growing group of people practicing a new way of combining development and system administration for more speed, quality, revenues, and fun. The DevOps Tribe Here is a list of some of the most active guys in … Continue reading 20 DevOps guys you should follow
Every workplace has one, and even if you contract it out, you still have to interact with a System Administrator to get important IT work done. If you're introducing Agile methodologies at your company, you might have run into a brick wall of sorts back there in that corner room - the Ops guys. They … Continue reading What do Sysadmins really think about Agile?
Most of us have seen, or at least heard of, the Mel Gibson movie "What Women Want". It certainly is a tantalizing idea - being able to read the thoughts of other people. Now being able to read your sysadmin's mind may not be at the top of your wish list, but, I bet there … Continue reading What Sysadmins Want