DevOps is cool. And hot. It’s one of the hottest IT trends in town. DevOps is a professional movement based on an emerging set of technical, organizational and cultural insights for fast delivery of resilient IT services, leading to a healthy workforce and bottom line results.
Approaches such as highly-automated continuous integration, continuous delivery and continuous deployment help to speed up the deployment of releases into production while at the same time improving availability, reliability and security. But this is all in vain if people don’t collaborate effectively. So, what constitutes good DevOps behavior?