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[SLIDES] IBM Innovate – Understanding DevOps session

Slides from IBM Innovate 2014. Delivered by myself and Eric Minick. IBM Innovate – Uderstanding DevOps from Sanjeev Sharma

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Understanding DevOps – Part 5: Infrastructure as Code

Imagine you are a seasoned operations engineer (you know, neck beard and all). Over your career you have most certainly developed a toolkit of scripts that you can use, with minor changes, to perform all your regular tasks of provisioning and managing the plethora of environments you have seen and dealt with over the years. […]

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Leveraging DevOps in a ‘water-SCRUM-fall’ world – my Post on IBM’s Invisible Thread Blog

Water-SCRUM-fall is a concept I have discussed at length in my earlier blog post on the same topic. DevOps is a movement that addresses some of the key challenges brought about by water-SCRUM-fall. I wrote a post for IBM’s Invisible Thread blog on DeveloperWorks on how DevOps can be leveraged and its principles applied to address these […]

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Understanding DevOps – Part 2: Continuous Integration and Continuous Delivery

In Part 1 of this series on Understand DevOps, I introduced the definition of the term DevOps. In Part 2, I am going to extend that definition to include two key components of a DevOps solution – Continuous Integration and Continuous Delivery. These are two concepts that focus on minimizing Cycle Time – the time […]

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Understanding DevOps – Part 1: Defining DevOps

DevOps, like any new technology or tech related movement that comes to the industry, has become a buzzword. Everyone talks about it, not everyone knows what it is all about and worst of all, many of those who claim to do it are doing a terrible job. There are some excellent examples of companies who […]

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