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Drew Conry-Murray
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9/9/2013 | 10:53:43 PM
re: 7 Habits Of Successful DevOps
I like Lorna's comment about "homo technologus." We have seen this fight before (think security and everybody else, for example). But silos are starting to crumble everywhere as virtualization mixes up job responsibilities and operational tasks, so maybe everybody can all learn to get along.
Lorna Garey
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9/9/2013 | 7:26:26 PM
re: 7 Habits Of Successful DevOps
Woe to the ops team whose developers are in Bangalore. Midnight planning calls anyone? Seriously, I must admit to being skeptical about this concept myself. Remember when it was the telco team fighting with the Ethernet guys? Territoriality is a core trait of species homo technologus. However, the security problems in apps and the growing complexity of networks does beg for something to be done.
moarsauce123
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9/7/2013 | 12:47:35 PM
re: 7 Habits Of Successful DevOps
I like the last habit, nothing straightens out a developer more than a complaining customer. It is very important for developers to know their audience as most developers will never use their own program in a production.
cbabcock
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9/6/2013 | 7:53:40 PM
re: 7 Habits Of Successful DevOps
I've often heard a background debate over who's really trying to get to DevOps. Isn't it just window dressing? In my opinion, many of the best companies are there or are trying to get engaged in DevOps..


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