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2018 11 11 Whats wrong with ITIL V3 IMAGE

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November

What's wrong with ITIL V3?

What’s wrong with ITIL V3, and why do we need ITIL 4?

2018 05 14 Putting the Ops in DevOps IMAGE

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May

Putting the Ops in DevOps

I often hear people who work in IT operations complain that DevOps is just about development. If we want DevOps to work for everyone then we shouldn’t wait to be invited to join in and complain when we aren’t. We should actively adopt ideas from DevOps into how we run IT operations and seek out our development colleagues to foster collaboration.

itSMF NZ

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June

DevOps and Culture Change in New Zealand

I really enjoyed the itSMF New Zealand conference, the format and content were as superb as the venue, read on to learn more...

2016 06 28 The 3 ways arent just for DevOps IMAGE

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June

The 3 ways aren’t just for DevOps

If you’re familiar with DevOps, you will probably have heard people talking about “the three ways”. The ideas described in the three ways can be adopted by everyone, not just those who follow DevOps.

2014 10 07 Devops isnt only for startups IMAGE

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October

DevOps isn’t only for startups

I’ve been hearing a lot about DevOps lately, but it always seems to be about Internet startups. Here are some thoughts on how the rest of us can get value from DevOps ideas.

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