May 06, 2016

You have started down the road to DevOps. You have re-structured your teams and you are experimenting with DevOps tools and processes. You now understand that DevOps is a continuum that starts with planning and development and ends with deployment into operations. So where do you start your DevOps initiative? DevOps projects tend to start in only one part of the continuum. Often, DevOps teams ...

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