Ranger4 DevOps Blog

How is That a Chicken?

Posted by Mark Beard on Tue, Aug 27, 2019 @ 16:08 PM

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Topics: Neuroscience, Experiential learning, Ways of Working, Ways of Thinking

Your DevOps Brain: Ways of Thinking, Ways of Working

Posted by Helen Beal on Wed, May 15, 2019 @ 12:05 PM

One of the DevOps myths I frequently have to address is that DevOps is all about automation and tools. Whilst they are an essential element to attain the DevOps goal of optimising the flow from idea to value realisation in order to deliver better value outcomes faster and more safely, early on in the evolution of DevOps, Damon Edwards and John Willis came up with the CALMS acronym to help explain the lenses of DevOps concern and the C taught us that Culture is also an essential element. This thinking is supported by this Gartner article that shows in their research that 50% of people asked say that people issues (as opposed to process, technology and information issues) present by far the biggest inhibitor to the adoption of DevOps principles and practices - and also my own observations with my clients who tell me culture is the most difficult challenge they face today.

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Topics: Neuroscience