This post was written by Matthew Skelton co-author of Team Guide to Software Operability. We recently gave a webinar in which we outlined how Agile and ITIL® can be used in a complementary way to help DevOps practices. Here is the video for the webinar; a summary of the talk is below, along with the slides.
Category Archives: Operability
A useful working definition of DevOps
This post was written by Matthew Skelton co-author of Team Guide to Software Operability. There has been a spate of articles published recently – triggered by discussions at the ‘2nd DevOps State of the Union’ event – that have identified an apparent need to agree on a definition of DevOps. The folks at ScriptRock wrote a typically excellent piece onContinue reading “A useful working definition of DevOps”
Highlights of OpenStack London 2014 – ‘Biodiversity’ and Resilience
This post was written by Rob Thatcher, co-author of Team Guide to Software Operability. We attended the OpenStack London event on 4th June; the day was insightful, and highlighted perspectives from many different participants in the OpenStack community. There were several interesting talks and demonstrations of both OpenStack components (Cinder, Swift, etc.) and of some new features and productsContinue reading “Highlights of OpenStack London 2014 – ‘Biodiversity’ and Resilience”