How Can DevOps Make You Antifragile?
All complex computer systems eventually break, despite all of the heavy-handed, bureaucratic change-management processes we throw at them. But some systems are clearly more fragile than others: it all depends on how well they cope with stress. In this O’Reilly report, Dave Zwieback explains how the DevOps methodology can help make your system antifragile.
Systems are fragile when organizations are unprepared to handle changing conditions. As generalists adept at several roles, DevOps practitioners adjust easily to the fast pace of change. Instead of attempting to constrain volatility, DevOps embraces disorder, randomness, and impermanence to make systems even better.
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Download this free report and learn how the DevOps philosophy of Culture, Automation, Measurement, and Sharing makes use of changing conditions (and even embarrassing mistakes) to help improve your systems—and your organization.
Dave Zwieback has been managing large-scale, mission-criticalinfrastructure and teams for 17 years.