A DevOps heroism culture often leads to burnout, high turnover, and unreliable delivery - leading to unsatisfied customers.
If you want to succeed with DevOps, you have to succeed with CD. And there is no CD success without a proper implementation and execution of CI.
DevOps changes much about IT and can pose to have a higher rate of failure. End Result? You can either abandon DevOps or persevere till you get it right.
The ethos of DevOps is to work in small teams - and this can create silos. As software releases get more complex, the involvement of dependent teams grows.
As fast and nimble as DevOps is, scaling it is not. It is imperative that you examine ways to avoid painful pitfalls when scaling it enterprise-wide.
I see organisations focus on transforming the way they work. However, what I don’t see enough of is aligning the measures to desirable outcomes.
Establishing an automation capability across your platform is the keystone of a successful journey to a DevOps operational model.
‘You can take the initiative and lead the first pilot implementation, wait for it to happen in your organization and engage early, or you can pretend it won't…
For modern, agile, responsive organisations, DevOps and Continuous Delivery areboth are essential for organisations based on Oracle solutions.