Here's how visionaries can most effectively make the case for DevOps transformation
"There are many personalities in the business world, but venture capitalist firm Andreessen Horowitz boiled them down to two primary types - Ones and Twos. Ones tend to be technology leaders -- the Steve Jobs', Elon Musks, and Jeff Bezos' of the world. These are the dreamers, the drivers of ingenuity, with radical ideas grounded in what customers want. Twos are usually business leaders who thrive on process excellence. They tend to be more skeptical and cautious and they love predictability, which, naturally, comes from process excellence. Twos are typically found in corporate finance (think CFOs), and the best Twos are often some of the most trusted people in an organization..."
Consider these lessons learned as you strive to give DevOps teams what they need to succeed - from flexible technogy models to transparency
"Today, successful enterprises must be agile enough to offer flawless digital solutions while constantly responding to fluctuating market climates, customer demands, and competitive strains. Because enterprise services, product offerings, and applications are elaborate, DevOps is quickly becoming a requisite methodology for delivering business value to customers continuously and efficiently.
For many leaders (myself included), it can be challenging to fully understand DevOps and its operations. Too often, this lack of understanding prevents enterprises from adopting a holistic perspective of DevOps as a lucrative, business-driven software delivery system..."
Serverless computing enables you to outsource information, thus freeing teams to focus on front-end work
"Organizations choose serverless when they look for faster and easier ways to release updates and patches. DevOps teams often use serverless when they are looking to automate infrastructure tasks. However, each provider offers different capabilities, and each service does require a level of training pre-adoption.
What Is Serverless Computing?
Serverless computing is a method that outsources infrastructure and infrastructure tasks to external providers. Organizations choose serverless computing because it enables development and operations teams to focus on the front-end of products and services..."
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