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Minimum Viable DevOps

Minimum Viable DevOps

There seems to be a growing misinterpretation of DevOps. When we hear the word DevOps, the first thing that comes to our mind is automation; continuous deployment, continuous build, and associated toolsets or we think of development and operations teams sitting...

Podcast – The Importance of DevOps and UX

  I have been in the IT industry since 1980 – and started my association initially with hardware – building a single board microcomputer – and them switched to software. Over the years, working with multiple technologies to create solutions...
Two reasons to stop sizing during sprints

Two reasons to stop sizing during sprints

In many new agile teams, sprint planning is used to discuss the stories, estimate stories in story points and plan for the sprint. However, as many sprints happen – and underlying conversation gets louder. Stakeholders want to know how much will actually get...
Some inferences from the State of DevOps 2017 report

Some inferences from the State of DevOps 2017 report

It is always good to learn from others, particularly if the sources are from across industries – as they trigger ideas to apply in our own work areas. While this is one such learning from the IT industry, The latest State of DevOps report for...
Immutable infrastructure

Immutable infrastructure

Over the many years of my interactions with various projects, the most common misconception that I come across is equating a daily standup to scrum and agile. In such situations, the conversations invariably start something like this: “We are already agile, we...