Meet the Houses – Dev, Ops, Sec
IT transformation is a phrase that drips off the tongues of CIOs everywhere these days. There is little doubt that we are faced with a distinct challenge as we lean further into new methodologies for creating and managing IT services for our organizations. The first step is to understand what it is we are hoping to achieve. This is usually led by someone in the organization saying “we need DevOps” and then the games begin as to how to define the challenge of doing just that.
We won’t spend as much time diving into the oft-debated definition of DevOps, although we will get there in a couple of posts. The first thing we need to discover is why we need to chase these transformational phrases and methodologies. It starts with three key things.
People, Process, Technology
We begin by thinking about the adjustment of the process. The adoption of new process starts with people. The last thing on the list is technology. The order of those three things are very important and will be apparent, especially if you were to attempt them in a different order. By properly altering the way that we work between our teams we have the opportunity to revisit how processes can be adjusted. From there, we look towards an array of tools and technologies to achieve this.
Read the entire article here, Meet the Houses- Dev, Ops, Sec
via the fine folks at Turbonomic!