DevOps is a culture; not an organization

In my company, in my organization structure, we have multiple teams to support a complex series of systems.  One of those teams is called “DevOps” team – the team that “bridges” the gap between Developers and Software delivery.  They are more the system admins of our Org.


This understanding of DevOps is in correct, and a few bold souls have said so outloud.  DevOps is not an Org or a Team. It is a culture, a way of thinking. That is where the following @DZone blog picks up:


The Difference Between DevOps and Everything Else

DevOps is a culture, and that means it’s made up of people- changing the way those people think, not just investments and tools, is a huge part of actual DevOps success.


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