Breaking down the FUD in DevOps

In this week's Discover Performance Weekly, episode 29, our host and guests discuss the FUD in DevOps. 


HP Software evangelist and VP of Strategic Marketing, Paul Muller (@xthestreams), sits down with DevOps expert and co-founder of DTO Solutions, Damon Edwards (@damonedwards) and author and DevOps practitioner, James Wickett (@wickett) to take an unplugged look at the FUD behind DevOps.
 
In this episode, Paul, Damon and James discuss topics like:
 
- Why the FUD around DevOps? (0:50)
- Is DevOps for everyone? (2:30)
- DevOps unicorns vs. life-and-death operations (4:05)
- Who is moving in DevOps today? (6:30)
- What are the security risks as teams roll out DevOps? (8:15)
- Understanding the DevOps hype curve (9:00)  
- Comparing DevOps to Agile (11:45)
- Misunderstanding of principles increases FUD (12:55)
- Creating transparency between DevOps and security teams (16:25)
- Evaluating yourself as a leader (17:50)

Tips of the week (17:50):
- Book: The Phoenix Project: A Novel About IT, DevOps, and Helping Your Business Win
- Book: Continuous Delivery: Reliable Software Releases through Build, Test, and Deployment Automation
- Book: Learning to See

 

You can read more about DevOps in this month's article: "A simple plan for secure DevOps."


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