DevOps is an increasingly useful tool for achieving business objectives, enabling your teams to work together to improve the efficiency and quality of software delivery. However, despite its growing popularity, there is still a lack of clarity over what DevOps actually means, how organizations should do it and what's the best way to get started.
DevOps 101 takes a brief look at the history of DevOps, why it started, what problems it is intended to solve and how you can start implementing it.
The slides were delivered by James Betteley, Head of Education at the DevOpsGuys in a one-hour webinar. The full recording is available here - https://youtu.be/4gC3WpbetKs?t=2s
James has spent the last few years neck-deep in the world of DevOps transformation, helping a wide range of organizations optimize the way they collaborate to deliver better software, faster. James was joined by Elizabeth Ayer, Portfolio Manager, from Redgate Software. Elizabeth looks after a range of Redgate products that help teams extend their DevOps practices to SQL Server databases.
For more information visit www.devopsguys.com and www.red-gate.com