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Not so long ago we had systems integrators and a few of them truly took on the overall ownership of a project and everything that goes with it.
Those were golden days for some but things change.
More often than not we hear of outsourcers or internal teams spending as much time negotiating who is responsible for what after the contract has been signed.
I am delighted to find myself at the centre of movement called DevOps that I
think has the potential to eradicate this problem.
Organisations that fail to adopt to the DevOps model will eventually lose to competitors who have changed and new entrants that enter the market.
To be brutally honest, I have seen one DevOps organisation fall into the “not contracted to do that” trap but my analysis of their situation is that they were DevOps in name but not in culture.
It was all about an operations team trying to be topical but without actually changing the nature of the IT business…
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Piotr Grześkowiak has been at Automation Logic for just over five years, starting out in our DevOps Academy after graduating in Computer Science with Information Security. During those 5 years, he’s gone from an engineer in training to a well respected senior engineer, trusted by the whole company. Piotr’s been on three Central Government client […]
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