Devops isn't any single person's job. It's everyone's job.
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Who's doing DevOps?
Chef is the company behind the Chef Automate platform for DevOps workflows. Tens of thousands of developers use Chef to test, automate, and manage infrastructure. At the forefront of the DevOps evolution, the Seattle-based company has released products like Chef, InSpec, Habitat, and Chef Automate to advance new ways of developing and shipping software and applications. To experiment with and refine its own internal DevOps practices, Chef relies on the Atlassian platform.
Benefits of DevOps
DevOps practitioners deploy higher quality code faster than traditional siloed teams, and they experience higher collaboration and trust. Read more about the benefits of DevOps
DevOps goes beyond tools. It’s about the practices, processes, and team collaboration to reduce complexity and deliver value to customers. Read more about DevOps culture
Organizations want to add “DevOps engineers” to their software teams, but what does this job entail? It turns out that there’s no single “DevOps engineer”, but rather a collection of skills and expertise across the team. Read more about DevOps engineers
DevOps teams need to think beyond reacting to a single incident and align the team structure, values, and tools to ensure that operational excellence becomes a core competency. Read more about keeping always-on services always on.
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