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Continuous Delivery and DevOps: A Quickstart Guide by Paul Swartout

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The benefits of a dedicated team

As with the any high profile project, it's always worth assigning dedicated resource focused on the execution and implementation of a CD and DevOps project. There is a temptation to run some projects as skunk works projects, which bubble along in the background and are normally staffed by like-minded individuals who have an interest but don't have the backing needed to make sweeping changes, nor the free time to dedicate to the project. Sometimes these projects simply fade away as more important projects—which do have backing and formal wide spread recognition—take the limelight and more importantly the resource. For the implementation of CD and DevOps to really work you need a dedicated team, ideally of like-minded ...

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