4 DevOps definitions managers must understand

| February 7, 2019

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From a software engineering perspective, most DevOps techniques happen at the practitioner level, but true DevOps adoption goes beyond development and operations alone.DevOps requires fundamental changes to the culture of an organization. To succeed, all stakeholders ought to understand the fundamentals. To help explain, here are four DevOps definitions that managers should understand. Adopting best practices should be more than a one-time event. Organizations should have built-in processes that identify areas that can be made better. Some businesses accomplish this through dedicated process-improvement teams. Others allow the teams that adopt the processes to self-assess and determine their own process-improvement paths. Regardless of the method, the goal is continuous improvement.

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