For years I have been dealing with the daily problems associated with managing IT service delivery. And I finally think I have figured it out.
Here are a couple of solutions being used for service delivery:
- ITIL is one which I have participated in implementing various components of the framework. Overall it works but is too heavy for small operations.
- Another is DevOps which is a cleaner solution and focuses more on changing the culture and using common sense. This one, I like.
As I said, it’s been a few years now and I have seen the Pros and Cons of both. But as of recently, I have really grown to understand the value of DevOps and how to get it rolling.
This post is to announce the release of a simple guide I have written. It’s called the DevOps Transformation Guide. There are five steps covered that focus on the real areas which require attention before true improvement can occur.
A lot has changed since I wrote this post, my main blog, VMinstall.com has grown up and has 175+ post and tips for VMware beginners. I’ve also written about DevOps, too.
My most recent post is on HubPages, DevOps FAQ. It covers many of the questions someone might have before they start considering DevOps as a career goal.