Today it’s a reality: the word is on everyone’s lips in IT. The goal of this first volume is to describe the foundations for a equitable and sound DevOps organization. It gives pointers for overhauling your organization in this sense. It also looks into the origins of the movement, the objectives of the method, its makeup, how it works and how to scale up DevOps teams, the main pitfalls to avoid, how to manage change and the results which you can expect.
We define DevOps as a set of practices which aim to reduce the Time To Market and to improve the quality of software, by reinventing cooperation between Dev and Ops. DevOps is an organizational model, a culture, and a set of processes, tools and architectural patterns.
Organization which serves the objectives of the company and its employees
DevOps : towards team autonomy and accountability
Methodological practices & cultural traites which foster DevOps
The most common organizational anti-patterns