When trying to wrap my own head around what I was going to need to actually implement a basic automated deployment pipeline with the kind of tools I felt that would be representative of a basic setup, I found myself awash in tons of blogs, articles, product pitches and “expert” advice. It felt daunting. However,… Read more
By this point, your team is ready to deliver a wireframe, a mockup, a proof of concept (PoC) to see if what you want to do is even possible, in a feature incomplete way, can be done. In short, this is your “DevOps appetizer”. This can be formal, to seriously test the processes you have… Read more
Now you’re cooking. Prep the ingredients, have your water boiling, measured out the spices. Now you’ve got to assemble it all into one, two, three or more dishes to serve a complete meal, and time the delivery to the customer in the right order. As an technology executive, you are leading your teams in laying… Read more
Often the mark of a good chef is at least eating, or tasting the food before they send it out to be eaten. It takes but a few episodes of (or catching some of the memes) of Gordon Ramsay reaming out a chef for serving something inedible to realize that you know what you are… Read more
Congratulations, you decided to cook at home. Now do you have those skillsets required to achieve an edible meal? Don’t worry, even the worst cook will eventually get to a point where they can eat their creations. Mistakes are part of the learning process, and you, among many others will be making them along the… Read more
I think my first question was, when wanting to try this on my own is: “I really don’t have an idea what I want to do?” Do I want to write a small app? Do I want to contribute to an open source project? Do I want to do something that helps me at home… Read more
This is the first of a series of blog posts (and other media), targeted to the kind of folks that typically aren’t rolling up their sleeves to do the day to day work of DevSecOps in their organizations, but are nevertheless asked to a lot of the other heavy lifting, such as developing strategy, leading… Read more
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