back to article DevOps, Containers, and three days in May

If you want your software operation to keep up with the outside world, DevOps and Containerization must be on your agenda. Thankfully, both are at the top of the agenda for Continuous Lifecycle next month, giving you the chance to give both theory and tools a good going over, whether you’re just starting out, or already deep, …


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  1. Tom 38

    £900?! How the hell do I sneak that past the PHB?

  2. Doctor Syntax Silver badge


    DevOps and May in the same headline!

  3. kryptylomese


    Developers always want root to a system even though most of them don't know what they are doing. Giving them containers removes their frustration but you end up with a black bock that can really only be fixed by deploying another "fixed" container. Admins know how to keep a system running and whats more, they know that Linux doesn't just break itself so that only leaves the crap that developers release to cause them (the admins) to have a sleepless night or worse a sleepless weekend trying to manage the cluster fuck that is containerisation. Let's get real - you cannot let a developer deploy anything that cannot be fully dismantled, repeated and tested!

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