his time of the year, as winter weather gives way to springtime renewal, this concept isn’t a cliché but rather a concrete, visceral experience. You go outside, smell the earth defrosting and know for certain that change is happening all around you. You can feel it.
Such is the case on the current DevOps landscape. Seemingly every conversation, with everyone from end users to industry analysts, reaffirms that people are making significant progress toward greater adoption. For an increasing number of organizations, DevOps is maturing from a set of budding goals into a tangible reality.
At the center of this massive shift within the software factory is the issue of cultural change; as we know in all things DevOps, culture trumps all else. So how are organizations affecting, empowering and measuring all this seismic transition, in particular the human elements?
During the recent DevOps Virtual Summit, leading practitioners representing industries ranging from banking to travel and technology shared their views on the progress of cultural reinvention.