Topic: ops

The ideal DevOps team structure

As part of GitLab’s mission to power the DevOps life cycle, it is laying out its ideal DevOps team model. “The seamless collaboration between Development and IT operations is a beautiful thing. DevOps was designed to remove silos so that these teams could work together to build, test, and deploy software faster. But there’s a … continue reading

Guest View: NoOps: The end of IT operations?

While the phrase “DevOps” suggests a cross-pollination of skills between Dev and Ops, in practice most think of it as Devs assuming some Ops roles, with their influence ever increasing across the app life cycle. I predict this is only the beginning of the diminishing role Ops will play. In fact, I will go as … continue reading

Guest View: Traditional Ops is no more

Almost 10 years ago, Amazon CTO Werner Vogels famously revealed how the company had moved away from traditional department-led Web operations to developers deploying their own code. “The traditional model is that you take your software to the wall that separates development and operations, and throw it over and then forget about it. Not at … continue reading

DevOps

Putting the ‘Ops’ back in DevOps

DevOps is a good thing. In today’s Application Economy, after all, it’s important to get new code into production quickly, because that new code empowers you to deliver more value to your customers than your competitors do. But a differentiated customer experience is not just about cool app features. It’s also about great performance. That’s … continue reading

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