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Does it Matter That We’re Still Working in Silos?

Content By Devops .com Seventy-two percent of business leaders believe that cross-departmental working at the enterprise level benefits their employees’ experience and engagement. However, 68% of these same organizations admit to working in silos—the complete opposite of collaboration. So, there seems to be a conundrum....

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Using Chaos Engineering to Build Resilient Systems

Content By Devops .com Over the past decade, chaos engineering has become one of the most popular approaches in DevOps. It’s uniquely adapted to complex cloud-based systems and has the potential to succeed where more conventional approaches may not. Chaos Engineering Explained Traditionally, DevOps teams...

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Enterprises Face Growing Technical Debt

Content By Devops .com Technologists are always espousing new, trendy development solutions. More robust frameworks, increased delivery, better integration. But rarely do these proponents consider the long-term side effects of introducing new technologies. As a result, technical debt is an all-to-common occurrence in most companies....

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Best Practices for Building Next-Gen Software Teams

Content By Devops .com Technology is moving faster than ever before. The pandemic has accelerated digital transformation across every organization in every industry. Creating new remote working environments or developing new digital revenue channels has taken place at lightning speed over the past year. At...

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Cloud Governance Can Trim Cloud Costs

Content By Devops .com The abrupt need to transition to remote work last year caused many companies to migrate to the cloud or accelerate an in-process migration. Cloud has become an essential part of company operations and budgets. Last year, worldwide end user spending on...

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Why DevOps Needs Mandatory Vacations

Content By Devops .com “If a team doesn’t have time for retrospectives, you should hold them twice as often.” It’s 5:00 p.m. on Friday, and you’re just shutting down your computer to kick off the weekend. A message pops up in Slack: Christopher Krebs, former...

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Why DevOps Will Cease to Exist

Content By Devops .com Nowadays I feel like there is no need to explain why DevOps as a methodology exists, as it is widely understood and accepted. But the reason DevOps engineers exist is not to ensure the success of its namesake methodology, nor, if...

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Seven Reasons You Shouldn’t Hire a DevOps Engineer

Content By Devops .com DevOps is a culture, not a title. Therefore, companies should follow DevOps principles, rather than hiring one savant to fix an entire organization’s delivery model. I recently spoke with Uri Zaidenberg, DevOps Lead at Replix, to understand the current state of...