Tag: Culture

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Our festival-goers hit DOGFest ‘17

We have all been there. Summer festivals come along and there you are frantically checking…

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Cocktails, Chatter and a whole lot of Culture

— The Women of DevOpsGuys As we all sat chatting, sharing food and drinks at…

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The Culture of a Phone

DevOpsGroup’s Kate Jones, COO, explores our attachment to the phone and the impact it has…

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I’m C-Sick. Stop it with all your cultural bulls**t!

DevOpsGuys CEO James Smith looks at our need to hang our accountability on a term…

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What does the C in CALMS really mean? #DevOps

In his book: Organizational Culture and Leadership” (1992) Edgar H. Schein defined culture accordingly: “A…

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DevOpsGuys Launch Workshops & Training

DevOpsGuys, a leading provider of DevOps services for Enterprise clients, is pleased to announce the launch…

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What is important for an IT Ops to team more effectively with preproduction teams? #DevOps

“DevOps can present IT Operations teams with new ‘customers’ in development and test. What traditional…

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The DevOps Revolution

“We transformed from a team of employees to a team of owners”– Jim Stoneham, Opsmatic…

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DevOps: the Way and the Light…

The absolute chaos in the wake of last Friday’s air-traffic control issues at Swanwick seems…

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Leading experts bare all about the DevOps movement

The DevOps movement is rising, and an increasing number of IT professionals are keen to…

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Recent Rackspace study shows businesses adopting DevOps practices at a remarkable rate

What do you think – is Devops just a fad or is it here to…

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The secret of #DevOps success isn’t in the IT literature (yet)!

Can you find “DevOps Success” by reading only IT literature?The answer is “mostly No, but…

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