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"...rather than being a problem, the need for security should be seen as an instigator for evolution. End-users are accustomed to having their cake and eating it too. Quality is the boss, and it isn’t willing to let speed or security slack off."
… your own DevOps engineers will be better able to assess whether a given tool will suit your specific organizational structure, requirements, goals, and so on. Remember, DevOps is a continuous solution that requires knowledgeable practitioners to generate optimized value.
With optimized development and operations pipelines often being crucial for satisfying the expectations of end-users and stakeholders, there is an ever-increasing demand for certified DevOps engineers.
Much like DevOps, SRE has developers and software engineers devote more time and resources towards tasks traditionally given to operations teams. This ‘shift-left’ mindset helps to drive clarity and efficiency, making reliability a far more achievable goal even within contemporary fast-paced IT environments.
There is certainly no shortage of success stories for both ITIL and DevOps. Each has proven to trigger increased efficiency, reliability, and overall ROIs for IT operations across the board. Not only do they optimize management, but they also steer IT governance in order to better-support major business goals
One does not necessarily require the help of a DevOps Leader to establish the metrics for success. These will always be based on your own management and business goals.
Read how you can maximize security in modern IT without having to sacrifice speed, by combining DevOps and SecOps and using the elements of SecOps and DevSecOps.
DevOps fosters an approach based around ‘systems thinking’. In essence, this means giving everyone the perspective to know how their own actions will impact a project. It encourages a holistic viewpoint, with everyone knowing the value that their work has for everyone else.
From time to time, the need arises to trade in trusted tools for superior notions. IT is not immune to this phenomenon. In this article by our ITIL and Dev Ops expert Mark Smalley, we look at some DevOps thinking about familiar IT Service Management topics.