DevOps is just cooperationAny time you hear the word "DevOps" in a sentence, phrase, or title, replace it with the word "Cooperation" and see if it still makes sense.
DevOps is such a sadly misunderstood term.
LinkedIn is flooded with posts for “DevOps Engineers.” Many organizations have “DevOps Teams.”
All of these examples are missing the entire point of DevOps.
DevOps is simply the alignment of Development with Operations. In a word: it’s cooperation.
Any time you hear the word “DevOps” in a sentence, phrase, or title, replace it with the word “Cooperation” and see if it still makes sense. If it does, the speaker may know what they’re talking about. If it doesn’t, they’re hyping the buzz, probably for marketing reasons, and they don’t know what they’re talking about.
Nobody wants to be a “Cooperation Engineer” or work on a “Cooperation Team”. That’s just silly!
Don’t be silly.
Ask 10 people, get 15 answers
Ask 10 people what "Agile" or "DevOps" means, and you'll get 15 answers. The terms have essentially become meaningless.