Our DevOps event took place with a new twist

DevOps has become an inescapable word in technology circles recently, with many firms wanting to reap the business benefits of bringing developers and operational staff closer together. The goal of the concept is to increase efficiency and start delivering better quality software more quickly. But if it was that simple, everyone would be doing it. While start-ups practicing DevOps have a freshness of a new beginning and ability to change the approach if the need arises, DevOps in legacy systems is a different story. In theory, established companies can accomplish more because they usually have more resources available to build systems, however they also face a plethora of challenges that can make adopting DevOps a very difficult task.


At the event we looked at challenges of DevOps adoption and answered questions such as:

  • How to approach DevOps in a monolithic legacy environment?
  • How to convince the teams to embrace DevOps?
  • What additional benefits can microservices bring to DevOps?
  • How should effective DevOps teams be constructed?
  • Unifying DevOps and security
  • Achieving digital transformation through DevOps



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