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Microsoft study finds everybody wants DevOps but culture is a challenge

Matt Weinberger | Nov. 26, 2014
Resolving cultural barriers between developers and operations is the biggest obstacle.

"It will enable all the players to get what they really need," Will says.

The study concludes with the finding that maybe, just maybe, Windows shops are more likely to successfully adopt DevOps, just because a more homogenous platform makes it easier to find and deploy the necessary tooling. But the real takeaway here is that DevOps is desirable and coming, and getting people to actually work together isn't easy. The study's advice: Start with small projects and grow your DevOps culture from there. 


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