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Ranger4 DevOps Blog
DevOps is commonly recognised to be primarily about creating a culture of effective and seamless collaboration but this is often the hardest piece to enact when it involves changing an existing culture (as opposed to creating a culture from scratch in a startup type environment and having the luxury of hiring individuals with certain mindsets and defining working practices from day one). So how can you change culture? Here are our top ten tips:
We've developed a facilitated DevOps LiftOff Workshop to help organisations:
Sure, there are examples of killer companies that are already DevOps Happy - but most of them were born that way. The Googles, Amazons, Facebooks, eBays and Etsys of the world were lucky to start their businesses at a time when they could build the technology in from day one. Other enterprises though have business models that didn’t start out being internet companies, even though they may be increasingly evolving that way.