The parallel universes
of DevOps and
cloud developers
Donnie Berkholz
@dberkholz
cloud

cloud

cloud
cloud
cloud
cloud

cloud
DevOps

DevOps
DevOps
DevOps

DevOps
DevOps
DevOps
cloud

cloud

cloud
cloud
cloud
cloud

cloud

DevOps
DevOps
DevOps
DevOps
DevOps
DevOps
DevOps
WTF
is
DevOps,
anyhow?
“Infrastructure as code”
#monitoringsucks / #monitoringlove
The best Ops Experience (OX) wins
How is that
not
cloud development,
again?
APIs, SDKs, CI
The best Dev Experience (DX) wins
The split at data stores
Developers
choose

Sysadmins
choose
Is this a DevOps engineer?
Is this a DevOps engineer?
AWS
does not
call itself
“IaaS”
Search
@adrianco's
tweets
for DevOps
Damn
near
nothing
(mainly RTs)
Worldview:
code-centric
vs
systems-centric
Ecosystems matter
It's all about barriers to entry
cloud

cloud

cloud
cloud
cloud
cloud

cloud

DevOps
DevOps
DevOps
DevOps
DevOps
DevOps
DevOps
cloud

cloud
DevOps

cloud
cloud
cloud
cloud

cloud

Hi!

DevOps
DevOps
DevOps
DevOps
Hi!

DevOps
DevOps
Flickr: kalandrakas
Don't be the BOFH
Flickr: trp0
Donnie Berkholz
dberkholz@redmonk.com
Twitter/IRC: dberkholz
Disclosures: AWS, Chef, Splunk, CloudBees (Jenkins) and Ansib...
The parallel universes of DevOps and cloud developers
The parallel universes of DevOps and cloud developers
The parallel universes of DevOps and cloud developers
The parallel universes of DevOps and cloud developers
The parallel universes of DevOps and cloud developers
The parallel universes of DevOps and cloud developers
The parallel universes of DevOps and cloud developers
The parallel universes of DevOps and cloud developers
The parallel universes of DevOps and cloud developers
The parallel universes of DevOps and cloud developers
The parallel universes of DevOps and cloud developers
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Despite all the talk of cloud and DevOps, the overlap is more in theory than practice. When one looks at the DevOps community today is a near-total lack of people who started on the dev side and the ops side. Config management is the closest to common ground, and even that is less thorough than the common wisdom about DevOps and cloud would have you believe.

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The parallel universes of DevOps and cloud developers

  1. 1. The parallel universes of DevOps and cloud developers Donnie Berkholz @dberkholz
  2. 2. cloud cloud cloud cloud cloud cloud cloud
  3. 3. DevOps DevOps DevOps DevOps DevOps DevOps DevOps
  4. 4. cloud cloud cloud cloud cloud cloud cloud DevOps DevOps DevOps DevOps DevOps DevOps DevOps
  5. 5. WTF is DevOps, anyhow?
  6. 6. “Infrastructure as code”
  7. 7. #monitoringsucks / #monitoringlove
  8. 8. The best Ops Experience (OX) wins
  9. 9. How is that not cloud development, again?
  10. 10. APIs, SDKs, CI
  11. 11. The best Dev Experience (DX) wins
  12. 12. The split at data stores Developers choose Sysadmins choose
  13. 13. Is this a DevOps engineer?
  14. 14. Is this a DevOps engineer?
  15. 15. AWS does not call itself “IaaS”
  16. 16. Search @adrianco's tweets for DevOps
  17. 17. Damn near nothing (mainly RTs)
  18. 18. Worldview: code-centric vs systems-centric
  19. 19. Ecosystems matter
  20. 20. It's all about barriers to entry
  21. 21. cloud cloud cloud cloud cloud cloud cloud DevOps DevOps DevOps DevOps DevOps DevOps DevOps
  22. 22. cloud cloud DevOps cloud cloud cloud cloud cloud Hi! DevOps DevOps DevOps DevOps Hi! DevOps DevOps
  23. 23. Flickr: kalandrakas
  24. 24. Don't be the BOFH Flickr: trp0
  25. 25. Donnie Berkholz dberkholz@redmonk.com Twitter/IRC: dberkholz Disclosures: AWS, Chef, Splunk, CloudBees (Jenkins) and AnsibleWorks are clients. GitHub, Puppet Labs, and Black Duck (Ohloh) have been clients.
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