May 24, 2016

2 Comments I spend a considerable amount of time with clients discussing DevOps and the potential value it can bring to them, but there is one theme that always resonates: the ability of a DevOps approach to eliminate risk. While many of us understand the benefits in terms of being faster (improved productivity), cheaper (reduced cost) and better (improved quality), I find that a conversation based around risk, especially when talking to the business or department heads, usually gets straight to their concerns in a language they understand. IBM’s definition of DevOps is not simply about connecting development and ...

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