How CIOs can implement a DevOps culture | 9 ways to support DevOps adoption

DevOps is renowned for supporting technology development but it needs the right organisational culture behind it to work

DevOps has developed a reputation for promoting stable and continuous innovation. The term is a portmanteau of two words that have traditionally operated in isolation in pursuit of conflicting objectives: “Development” and “Operations”. As the name suggests, DevOps intends to bring them together to promote stable change and streamline the software delivery process.

A radical transformation of a team’s culture and mind-set is required to deeply integrate DevOps into regular working practice and reap the benefits of constant, fast and safe technological development.

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