I recently did a video introducing DevOps to some of my mentees. I call this video DevOps 101.
I have tried to explain the meaning of DevOps in a basic sense, and this is perhaps the simplest way anybody could put it across.
Do let me know your thoughts.
For more than a year, the news coming in thick and fast was a new version of ITIL, numbered V4 is on its way. After a long wait, we now know that it is coming out this year, and speculations are rife that it may be before March 2019.
In ITIL, you have probably heard of Continual Service Improvement, and in DevOps, there are processes such as Continuous Integration and Continuous Delivery. If you notice closely, the word that I am using with ITIL is continual and the one with DevOps is continuous. Are these words the same? Can
Today, there is a need for collaboration. You tend to bring diverse worlds together, in hope that the synergies will help in the expansion revolution. What about the marriage between ITIL and DevOps? Can it survive? Read on to find out my thoughts!
ITIL is a mature service management framework.