Building a DevOps Culture in a Windows EnvironmentAlex Papadimoulis
schedule 2 weeks agoSold Out!
DevOps tools and practices have traditionally been Linux-focused, which has presented a significant adoption hurdle in Windows-based organizations. Windows sysadmins rarely need to use a command line to do their job, let alone Ruby, Git, or other tools. Although tool vendors have tried to make “Windows versions” of their Linux tools, and Microsoft has tried adding “Linux features” to the Windows, many organizations still view DevOps as a square peg in a round hole.
To bring DevOps to Windows-based organizations, it’s important to not only understand the cultural differences between Windows and Linux, but learn how you can build a process that truly crosses development and operation silos, and doesn’t just become “the DevOps team”.