Getting the benefits of DevOps requires more than just tools and process. You also need the organizational context and norms - the culture - that allows DevOps practices and thinking to thrive. Nailing these down, let alone what “culture” even is, can be hard - the veritable nailing Jello to the wall. This talk will define what culture is and then cover several proven methods for leading culture change.
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Creating a DevOps culture, whatever that means
Michael Coté works at Pivotal on the advocate team. He focuses on how large organizations are getting better at building and delivering software to help their business run better and grow. He’s been an industry analyst at RedMonk and 451 Research, worked in corporate strategy and M&A at Dell in software and cloud, and was a programmer for a decade before all that. He does several technology podcasts (such as Software Defined Talk), writes frequently on how large organizations struggle and succeed with agile development and DevOps, blogs at cote.coffee, and is @cote in Twitter. Texas Forever!