Establishing a business case for DevOps

Tom Allen
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Left to right: Dean Bevan (Lloyds), Julian Burnett (IBM), Tripta Kershaw (Hermes) and Nic Whittaker (Virgin Atlantic Airlines)
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Left to right: Dean Bevan (Lloyds), Julian Burnett (IBM), Tripta Kershaw (Hermes) and Nic Whittaker (Virgin Atlantic Airlines)

"The case for DevOps makes itself," said a panelist

Getting the business onboard to begin DevOps, which represents not only a significant change in culture, but in workflow, can be difficult. A panel of experts speaking at Computing's DevOps Live event...

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