Just came across this simple and funny definition for DevOps on web and thought to share it here.
The core of DevOps is not a difficult or complex concept. More or less, it’s the idea that developers and operations should collaborate more closely than they traditionally have, so neither side is caught with their pants down when something blows up.
That’s it! Of course, there are additional ideas floating around this community that are helpful. Some of the more specific practices they recommend can be incredibly useful. Automation is powerful. A cultural shift is a big deal. But no single blogger has a reasonable explanation that fits the bill for everyone across the board.
This is an excerpt from The Problem with Defining DevOps. Do read it if you are trying to find out what exactly is this DevOps from quite sometime. I’m sure – you’ll enjoy the read!