| In Best Practices & Insights, DevOps

Depending on when you were introduced to DevOps, your perception of how DevOps is implemented will vary. DevOps started as a culture-only movement, and as it matured, it became more and more tactical. Culture remains at the heart of any DevOps environment. In many cases, culture also remains the hardest part of DevOps to get […]

| In DevOps, Ideas

At Velocity Santa Clara this year, I gave a talk about the interplay between the DevOps movement and product management. I think it’s important for product managers to understand the impact their choices have on software operability, and for engineering teams — whether DevOps or other — to have an understanding of how their choices […]

| In Alerting, DevOps, Operations Performance

This is the third post in a series to help your engineering team transition into a DevOps organizational model. Here we’ll discuss how to scale and eliminate waste from your engineering environment. Click here to  start at the beginnings of the series, Why You Need to Establish a DevOps Culture. Eliminating waste from your processes […]

| In Alerting, Operations Performance

This is the second post in a series to help your engineering team transition into a DevOps organizational model. Here we’ll discuss how to start breaking down silos in your organization. Click here to start at the beginnings of the series, Why You Need to Establish a DevOps Culture. Introducing a DevOps culture to your […]

| In Alerting, DevOps, Operations Performance

This is the first post in a series to help your engineering team transition into a DevOps model. We’ll start with the whys and get to the hows in future posts. Stay tuned. DevOps is a software development approach that focuses on the collaboration between developers and operations, where developers are empowered to own their code […]