This book serves as a clear manual for building, implementing, measuring, and improving DevOps programs that are customized to the needs of the organizations of digital leaders who are responsible for the quick production of high-quality software applications.
The writers of this book, all three of whom are cross-portfolio DevOps executives at CA Technologies, have deep combined expertise on both sides of the dev-ops divide, which informs their worldwide thought leadership and illuminating insights. They examine the advantages, disadvantages, liberties, and restrictions of DevOps for organizations. They outline the well-coordinated organizational transformation, measurements, lean thinking, and investment that a business must make in order to fully utilize DevOps and achieve the sweet spot where faster code deliveries result in higher customer happiness, revenue, and profitability.
If their firms are to survive and thrive in a business world that is increasingly differentiating by the degree to which dynamic application software development harmonizes with operational resilience and reliability, digital leaders must close the dev-ops gap.
This brief book applies the DevOps perspective to the competitive challenge of integrating and automating open source, cloud, and enterprise tools, processes, and techniques across the software development life cycle from requirements to release, which is faced by every high-performance IT organization today.