A successful DevOps depends on marshalling people for this to happen, which usually involves convincing employees and entire teams to change how they work. And doing that hinges exclusively on the adoption of the requisite culture.
For a large and established organization, this might mean not only completely changing direction of the boat but also replacing the sails, as peoples’ job skills and tasks merge between development, operations and security.
The nimbler startup might have instituted a working DevOps culture form the get-go. But since any DevOps can be improved upon, the startup might need to trim its sails as winds change and cultural changes must be made.
Consequently, successful DevOps is like a wheel, with culture representing the hub connected by processes and tools as the spokes. And implementing this culture falls entirely on the shoulders of the people within the organization to make the changes. The task of convincing employees within the organization to embrace DevOps is certainly never easy. But for your organization to change course, here are 10 ways help people and teams make the shift.This complimentary resource is offered by DevOps.com.