Whether you’re a dev or ops person, chances are you are increasingly hearing about DevOps. You might be skeptical or maybe you’re already implementing some DevOps practices and creating a DevOps infrastructure that positively affects your customer outcomes.
How do you know if you aren’t using DevOps to its fullest extent?
Because DevOps is a culture –a process, there’s no definite checklist that you can use to understand your DevOps stand. The current state-of-the-art DevOps approach does not provide a ready-to-use framework or manifesto. However, there are a lot of best practices and indicators that can help you understand where you stand when it comes to DevOps.
We’ve put together a list of 5 Signs It’s Time to Invest in DevOps (it’s not THE list, as there’s no specific checklist) that, when relatable, implies you’re missing out from DevOps at the very core. In that case, you need to call for a team meeting to start thinking DevOps.
- Lengthy Deployment Times
- Difficult Onboarding Process
- Innovation is Not Adequately Supported
- You’re Consumed by Tedious, Repetitive Tasks
- IT and Ops Friction, Delays