DevOps Success: A New Team Model Emerges
When DevOps began, so did a shorthand description for the model: It broke down the wall between dev and ops. The teams communicated better and operated with a shared set of objectives and concerns. At the extreme, there were no longer devs and ops people, but DevOps skill sets. But now, another view of DevOps has emerged: It’s about enabling ops to provide an environment for developers, then get out of the way as much as possible.
Is this model a good fit for your business needs – and do you understand what the dev and ops teams inside your organization would need to make it work? Let’s take a look.
Definition of DevOps evolves
DevOps widened Agile principles to encompass the entire application lifecycle including production operations. Thus operations (and security) skills needed to be added to the cross-functional teams that included designers, testers, and developers.
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