DevOps is a practice where Development and Operation meet. No more throwing software and releases over the fence from development to operation and no more operations/development blame-games.
The DevOps movement builds on sound principles about a healthy culture and a safe work environment in companies, where the self-organizing teams prevail over the functional silos.
You will learn about the CALMS abbreviation, which stands for:
Culture: Organization, safe workspace, hearts and minds, and self-organizing teams
Automation: Continuous Integration and Continuous Deployments(CI/CD), everything-as-code and value-adding workflows
Lean: A focus on value streams to reduce waste, create an end-user perspective
Measurements: Measure everything you can, make decisions based on data and information, justified data-based improvements
Sharing: Visibility and transparency, openness in decision-making, cross-functional collaboration