DevOps and the Definition of Done

We like to claim DevOps is a culture - but culture is subjective, and objective companies tend not to pursue subjective disciplines. A good starting point to being objective about DevOps can be borrowed from the Definition of Done (DoD) of the Agile Scrum methodology. The DoD outlines code logistics and the relevant stakeholders at each point in a code's lifecycle from local machine to end-user machine, ensuring a continuous way to provide various types of feedback to developers from the spectrum of stakeholders from quality engineers to delivery managers to product owners and finally the end-user

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Joseph Matthias Goh

Joseph is a DevOps Engineer at Government Digital Services. He spends his days maintaining pipelines for his projects, and creating tooling for the development and production environments so that ...