Corporate culture sits square in the cross hairs of what DevOps aims to improve. With this in mind, is it better to change corporate culture at the time you adopt a DevOps practice, or wait for your DevOps practice to influence cultural change organically over time? As usual, the answer is: it depends. But here are some suggestions for a smooth transition.
DevOps could help you to deliver faster and better applications if you understand where and how to apply it.
DevOps is becoming increasingly mainstream, as it enables businesses to get products and services to market at much greater speed. However, security is often being seen as a thorn in DevOps’ side as it can be seen to create hurdles that slow down the rate of deployment.
In a world where businesses not only have to become software companies to compete, but deliver higher quality software to market faster, what does this mean for testing? Businesses and software teams have become so concerned with developing and delivering in an agile fashion, they have had to stop and rethink their entire testing process.