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Since the publication of our previous white paper” Embracing Digital Disruption by Adopting DevOps Practices”, we have seen that DevOps is increasingly moving into the mainstream of IT organizations. The innovators and early adopters have made their mark. We all know the stories of Netflix, Spotify, Amazon and Google as trailblazers in the world of DevOps. Many larger corporations have also taken major steps to working in a DevOps way, and the first valuable case studies and lessons learned are shared at conferences that are very well attended. But the vast majority of IT organizations in the world, is just about to embark on this transformational journey.
These organizations know the highlights of the DevOps practices, understand the potential, and are looking for guidance in avoiding the key pitfalls. They are also looking to provide some form of clarity for their organizations in terms of what DevOps can and will mean. One of the key questions is: what does DevOps mean for my IT organization, my IT people and their skills and knowledge?
This is exactly why the DevOps Agile Skills Association (DASA) was formed. Even with extensive automation, running and improving IT services is still a people business. It is the creativity and capabilities of skilled technical people that allows profit and not-for-profit organizations to provide amazing services to their customers and stakeholders.