This week I’ve had the pleasure of running a session at the DevOps focus group in London entitled “Culture eats strategy for breakfast”.
I want to thank all the attendees, as I had fun having an energetic conversation about DevOps. It’s an interesting topic that touches the entire organisation and it dosen’t matter if you are a C-level manager, a developer or an ops guy, everyone feels the same.
Culture change is challenging and frustrating.
DevOps implementations are not as easy as many try to “sell”. This time it’s not the new shiny devops tool we are talking about, but something scary and quite overwhelming if not “managed with care”.
Time to be more positive now!!! DevOps is fun. It gives us the opportunity to actually make better what we’ve been moaning about our entire lives.
In Italy there is a saying,
Keep close friends and family, keep closer your enemy!
And we all know who the enemy is here. Right?
You’ll find listed here few take-aways from that session that can be stuck on the side of your monitor and shared with your colleagues.