Why automate all the things? Why not?

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Automation is coming - everywhere - so why avoid it in IT?
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Automation is coming - everywhere - so why avoid it in IT?

Chef solutions architect Simon Fisher argues that the more you automate, the more efficient you can become - both in the IT department and elsewhere

When not writing articles for Computing magazine, I work as a solutions architect for Chef Software. My role is to work with clients to demonstrate the benefits of infrastructure, application and compliance...

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