Over and over again we see a huge disconnect between how senior execs and dept leaders represent their DevOps journey and how the people on the ground feel. There's clearly enough benefits there that people keep persisting with it, but what explains this disconnect? This isn't just an executive problem, we see this with how all sorts of transformations of how we work in technology get represented outside the actual workplace, and most of us are hypocrites most of the time. Why?
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Why are we all such hypocrites when it comes to DevOps?
Nigel came to Puppet from Google HQ in Mountain View, where he was responsible for the design and implementation of one of the largest Puppet deployments in the world.