DevOps is supposed to bring the worlds of software development and IT operations together, leveraging automation to shift the responsibilities of ops personnel away from traditional ops tasks.
In some circles, the natural evolution of this trend leads to ‘NoOps’ – where data centers are entirely lights-out, with nary an ops person in sight. For enterprises, the ops role will certainly evolve, but rumors of its demise have been greatly exaggerated.
In the future, IT capabilities will become a set of shared services with central governance that supports autonomy across the entire organization, so that teams can be as close to the customer experience as possible.
Join Jason Bloomberg, president of analyst firm Intellyx, and Darren Cunningham, vice president, marketing from OpsRamp, who will discuss:
What should be the role of IT ops in the new modern, hybrid, multi-cloud, cloud native world
What are the new skills, approaches, and strategies that ops teams will require
How DevOps and other transformative trends will actually make ops more important, not less