What the Ops is NoOps?
Our industry is not shy about inventing new terms to describe what new things they’re doing.
We have DevOps, which is all about the culture shift from the old style of writing some code, then throwing it over the wall for some guy to run in production for you. As the Project Phoenix novel outlines, this rarely works, so DevOps is about moving the development team and the operations team closer together, to improve communication and collaboration, allowing deadlines to be shared rather than fought over.
For me, NoOps takes “moving the dev and ops teams closer” to the next level. Every developer should deploy, and regularly.
So what is NoOps?
For me, it’s important that Developers don’t speak to Ops anymore. That’s because they are the Ops team too. There’s no dedicated Ops person on my teams, each individual developer has the knowledge and access to do deployments as regularly as...
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