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Using DevOps principles to bring change to the enterprise

Part of the Architecting the Cloud podcast series

DevOps is well known for increasing collaboration between application development and operations. Savvy organizations are now leveraging the ethos behind DevOps to foster teamwork, train employees on new processes, and implement change throughout the enterprise.

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DevOps grows up: Taking DevOps beyond the Dev and Ops teams

DevOps. It’s development and operations in collaboration. It’s IT teamwork at its best, right? Yes, but it's morphing into more than just Dev and Ops. In this episode, Mike Kavis and Comcast Senior Director of Client Entertainment Technology Michael Winslow, talk about how DevOps is moving beyond the cooperation of Dev and Ops to help foster and manage collaboration and change at the enterprise level. Michael gives his perspective on how to implement those changes: start small and apply a team mentality to rolling out those changes and training your people. They also discuss DevOps in the time of COVID and how companies are adapting DevOps to a remote working environment. The pair also talk about Winslow's efforts at increasing diversity in the DevOps–and wider technology–field.

Disclaimer: As referenced in this podcast, “Amazon” refers to AWS (Amazon Web Services) and “Google” refers to GCP (Google Cloud Platform).

I rarely see big bang transformations that truly work...It's usually a lot of, 'Let's improve small things and keep growing and growing outward, in that direction.Michael Winslow is the senior director Client Entertainment Technology at Comcast. He is a DevOps advocate, agile enthusiast, and dedicated people-leader for Comcast's Client Entertainment Technology group, as well as an internationally known speaker on DevOps.

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For Cloud Professionals, hosted by David Linthicum, provides an enterprise-level, strategic look at key issues impacting clients’ businesses. David, ranked as the #1 cloud influencer in a recent Apollo Research report, has published 13 books on computing, written over 5,000 published articles and performed over 500 conference presentations, making his specialization in the power of cloud simply undeniable.

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