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DevOpsGroup: DataDog’s 1st Gold MSP Partner in the UK

We’re excited to reveal that leading cloud-scale application monitoring service provider Datadog has appointed DevOpsGroup…

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How to deliver enterprise software changes in minutes, not months

DevOps is growing up. It’s no longer the exclusive domain of high-profile digital leaders like Google and…

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Why we can’t tell you how to work remotely

To say that these are strange and unprecedented times would be an understatement. Across the…

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COVID-19 Update

As an organisation, we have been closely following guidance from the government with regards to…

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DevOpsGroup achieves AWS DevOps Competency status

DevOpsGroup has achieved Amazon Web Services (AWS) DevOps Competency status in recognition of its depth…

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Why change deployment frequency results in big gains

One of the 5 key DevOps metrics championed in the annual Google “State of

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Setting up and using Puppet

Quite some time ago, in my previous blog, I compared Ansible and Puppet in terms…

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Remote working for a week – My experience

Hey, I’m Lucy! I work within the People Team at DevOpsGroup. I support employee retention,…

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Mental Health at DOG

When you don’t have someone to talk to about what’s on your mind or getting…

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Remote Working at DevOpsGroup

DevOpsGroup and the need for a remote workforce Here at DevOpsGroup we strive to be…

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Returning to DevOpsGroup following maternity leave

In December of 2018 I had reached my 12th month of maternity leave. It had…

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Insurance transformation is hard, but it’s time to grasp the nettle

The Future at Lloyd’s outlines strategies to transform insurance so it’s fit for purpose in…

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