January 27, 2019 / GuidesFor Team
This blog post is about new processes trying to figure out old ones. There was a time when Infrastructure, Software, and Hardware were so interdependent that when one fails, the entire system fails. IT personnel have to painstakingly figure out where something went wrong; if the problem is a single line in millions of lines of code, it’s going to take awhile. In this article by Forbes, it shows that most DevOps problems are rooted in outdated management thinking instead of technological limitations. This Sumologic blog gives a real-world example of how management and cultural misalignment is the bane in modern DevOps operations.
– Miyagi Kazuki
Posted In: Research