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DevOps in practice

2016/04/09

This is a free report that you can download from O’Reilly’s website. It deals with how DevOps was adopted to facilitate Nordstrom and Texas.gov (with a glimpse of how the Texas.gov CISO inserted security provisioning in the development processes).

If you’ve read The Phoenix Project and felt that OK this is nice, but it is also a novel, the Nordstrom story is an indication of how to adapt this outside a novel concept and into the real world. It is worth your time, especially in cases when you need to appeal to real world examples.

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2 Responses to “DevOps in practice”


  1. Thanks yiorgo, definitely will read it.

    • adamo Says:

      I hold for years, that if you want something done, you need to buy coffee to the right Ops person. Being nice gets you a long way. You will see a similar principle in there too.


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