What if DevOps Changed How Every Business Runs?

February 25th, 2020 |
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DevOps typically refers to removing friction between developers (‘Dev’) who build software and operations people (‘Ops’) who have to run it. Mark Lavi’s definition goes much further. “It’s about removing the friction between developers and the customer,” said Lavi, Principal DevOps Advocate for Nutanix. In this Tech Barometer segment, Lavi explains how a DevOps approach breaks down barriers, makes things that were never designed to inter-operate work together and speeds time to market.

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