OpenShift Commons Briefing: Enterprise DevOps - From Silos to Services
February 19, 2021 | by
DevOps tells us we should break down silos between departments. Putting that admonishment into practice remains somewhat of a mystery. In large organizations it’s not feasible to make everyone part of a single team. It’s also not feasible to embed every kind of expertise into each team.
The solution lies in transforming silos instead of trying to get rid of them. In this briefing, Jeff Sussna (Sussna Associatates) will explain the problem with naive DevOps, and present a more sophisticated approach based on helping each other serve customer needs. Jeff Sussna will give examples from modern as well as legacy software systems.
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