DevOps Live: "DevOps is not a checklist"

Tom Allen
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Panellists were Henrik Lynggaard (Maersk), Natasha Wright (Accenture), Ryan Bryers (Worldline) and Rick Allan (Zurich Insurance)
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Panellists were Henrik Lynggaard (Maersk), Natasha Wright (Accenture), Ryan Bryers (Worldline) and Rick Allan (Zurich Insurance)

Defining DevOps as a term is hard; defining the process is even harder

Just like there is no single definition for the term ‘DevOps' - or not one that everyone agrees on - there is also no one approach to its implementation. During a session dedicated to DevOps tools and...

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