The Culture Change of DevOps (Video Blog)

This week’s Auspicious Agile Video Blog takes a look at the culture change of DevOps. DevOps requires more than just adopting tools, it also requires changes in culture and the way we work. Here we look at several culture aspects in DevOps to consider.

Here are some of the links and resources mentioned in the video blog:

– Xebia Labs periodic table of DevOps – https://xebialabs.com/periodic-table-of-devops-tools/

– Phoenix Project by Gene Kim – http://www.realgenekim.me/

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– Dan Pink Drive – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u6XAPnuFjJc

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– Auspicious Agile first blog on culture change of DevOps – https://auspiciousagile.com/2016/02/20/the-culture-change-of-devops-and-your-career/

– Mirco Herring, DevOps Leadership Culture – https://notafactoryanymore.com/tag/devops-culture/

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2 comments on “The Culture Change of DevOps (Video Blog)
  1. I was surfing the web for AWS and I saw your Blog. I read a few of your posts and think they were awesome. Thank you.

  2. Thanks for your detailed explanation. By going through your post, I have attained a clear knowledge on the end to end aspects of DevOps. Also, looking forward to see more of such informative postings.

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