The world of IT is shifting rapidly towards DevOps with analysts predicting the majority of companies will adopt DevOps practices in the next few years. In fact, in a recent study on DevOps by International Data Corp. (IDC), they believe that DevOps will be adopted (in either practice or discipline) by 80% of Global 1000 organizations by 2019!
Forming a DevOps team seems like a natural step, but the idea of creating a dedicated DevOps team has ignited anger in the community. Why? What's the concern? Is a DevOps team evil? Completely necessary? A necessary Evil?
Join IBM UrbanCode's Eric Minick to learn the pitfalls of creating bad DevOps teams, and successful approaches of good ones. Along the way, we’ll explore other heresies such as using tools to change culture.