The same DevOps principles that work for Amazon also work for small businesses. How? Simple: The unique scaling of each organization's architecture either makes or breaks their pipeline. Author Gary Gruver shares his expertise in this eBook.
Request the eBook to learn:
- How to optimize your pipeline, whether it's basic or complex
- Why 50% of software that's developed is never used, and how to avoid work waste
- Best practices both for tightly and loosely coupled architectures
- The 4 critical data sets you need to understand to optimize your DevOps
No matter the size of your organization, you can scale DevOps to optimize your pipeline and increase efficiency.
People have such different views of DevOps because what it takes to improve quality and flow at every step, from a business idea all the way out to working code in the customer's hands, differs for different organizations. The DevOps principles designed to improve this process are a lot about implementing changes that help coordinate the work across teams. The movement started with leading edge, fairly small companies that were delivering code more frequently than anyone thought possible. DevOps was also very successful in large organizations like Amazon where they re-architected their monolithic system to enable small teams to work independently.