Making a start in your current role First, be aware that anyone can start using DevOps tools and methodologies in their current role. Just because you don’t have the word “DevOps” anywhere in your job description doesn’t mean you have to switch roles. Why? DevOps is a set of practices; it’s not a job title….
Wrap up from the OpenHack event in Paris
One of our placement students talks us through her first few weeks with Ops, and how she got to grips with the basics.
Read our new blog post on how I got to where I am today – from one of our Solution Architects.
Back in August 2017, I was at a stage in my career where I felt the need for change.
Find out all you need to know to bring security into the pipeline from one of our Senior Security Engineers in this new blog.
Last week I took some time out to get myself along to the DevOps Enterprise Summit (DOES16). The conference was described as: DevOps Enterprise Summit is a conference for the leaders of large, complex organizations implementing DevOps principles and practices. The goal is to give leaders the tools and practices they need to develop and…
Ever considered a career in WebOps? Know what WebOps is? Ever heard of WebOps? If you answered “No” to any of those questions, then maybe this post can help. I’m Daryl, and I’m a Senior WebOps engineer in Kainos. Recently, I have been involved in the planning of a new WebOps academy for Kainos, in the UK….
As part of my role in Kainos I am involved in our Managed Cloud projects. I have written this blog to give an insight into what we actually do in one of these projects and the benefits for customers of working with us. The reason our Managed Cloud offering exists is that cloud services such…
I recently read Phil Thompson’s great post around the value of story telling ‘Story telling in a business context’. Reading it called to mind my favorite DevOps leadership story, but in a cautionary note Phil also talks about the dilemma of creating a tale to suit one’s own point. He recommends a subtle caveat such as “It’s…