One of the core tenets of DevOps is learning and sharing, said John Willis, co-author of the DevOps Handbook in an interview on Linux.com. “Individuals who are passionate about the health and performance of their organization find these patterns personally fulfilling,” he said.
Willis, who has been a leader in the DevOps movement from the beginning, will share his insights in an upcoming “Introduction to DevOps” webinar series hosted by The Linux Foundation. According to Willis, a primary advantage of DevOps is that it can help organizations go faster while being more reliable. And organizations that deploy faster and deliver services more quickly are better at resolving issues.
In this multi-webinar series which starts next week, Willis will help guide participants through the free Introduction to DevOps: Transforming and Improving Operations training course, which is available from edX.org. In each webinar, Willis — the course author — will provide a quick chapter summary, leaving plenty of time to answer your questions.
Join us Tuesday, December 13, 2016 at 10:00 a.m. Pacific for the first webinar session in which Willis provides a brief overview of the complete course, explaining the topics to be covered and describing the rationale for the course.
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