One of the key mindset changes needed for a successful DevOps transformation is to view software development as a continuous process, rather than a one-off project.
One of the greatest struggles of organisations undergoing a transformation, is the changing of mindset.
In the previous post I talked about the connection between the organizational structure and culture, with a view from the DevOps transformation perspective. This article will focus on designing the organizational structure and triggering the change.
In the previous post I talked about bottlenecks in organizations, with a view from the DevOps transformation perspective. This article will focus on the close relation between the organizational structure and the culture.
Years ago, there was a worldwide tendency to adopt ITIL in the IT departments of all organizations, big or small. This, together with the wide adoption (although misunderstood by most) adoption of COBIT led to big and small companies setting up clear pillars, where the focus was on the activity being done, instead of the product or service delivered to the customer.