DevOps is becoming ever-more popular as businesses jump on the bandwagon of transforming their development teams. One of the key things to get right when doing so, however, is knowing how to appropriately scale DevOps initiatives.
According to Mike Dilworth, Technical Director at Capgemini, there are a few things that contribute to a successful scaling operation, and here Mike draws on his experience from Thomas Cook, Sainsbury’s and Capgemini to deliver practical advice on what exactly makes DevOps scalable:
DevOps is a culture which the whole organisation should be doing for it to succeed
2. Creating secure software
It is much easier, faster and cheaper to fix problems at integration rather than in production
3. Small and scalable transformations
You make smaller incremental improvements in more manageable and controllable environments