DevOps is all of the following:
- A cultural shift in how processes, code, and technology are delivered.
- A philosophy around continuous development and integration with users, business, and even market dynamics.
- A practice that continuously evolves.
- A tool to help deliver services and applications and market-ready speeds.
- A process to help companies innovate at a much faster pace than what traditional (or legacy) software tools and infrastructure could offer.
Bill Kleyman made a list of the top 5 mistakes organizations make while deploying DevOps:
- You’re still using checklists,
runbooks, or other manual processes to manage code.
- Your release cycle happens every few months (or even years) and deployments keep you awake at night.
- Your developers feel that their role ends at deployment.
- You focus on tools over culture.
- Your people are still in silos.
Read the complete blogpost here: https://www.informationweek.com/devops/getting-devops-wrong-top-5-mistakes-organizations-make/a/d-id/1333173