2020-10-03, 10:30–11:10, Best Practices
Heavy motivation to automate everything, even the automation itself, is the common understanding of the most DevOps teams. A strong dominance of administrators in those teams (Operations), transform ideas of increasing the development process to a personal playground. Far away from the necessities of the DEV team, which have to create a runable application.
Often Developers have to fight heavily with the provided infrastructure, because this break productivity massively down. In this talk we resume the lessons learned like in the paper agile bullshit from DoD. After more than one decade as configuration manager in different enterprise projects, I discuss nonsense DevOps workflows and how they could detected. Between some important definitions I focus on practical examples of the Java ecosystem.