whats the role of a utility technology player in devops culture?

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whats the role of a utility technology player in devops culture?
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Traditional IT operations or systems administration professionals focus on keeping the servers running. The most common cause of interrupted service is likely to be the applications being run on those servers, so the admins introduce very stringent controls on what is allowed to run on their precious servers. They require extensive QA in a staging environment, voluminous handover and operations documentation, and very infrequent releases. Traditional developers have been heads-down coders with no involvement in post-production systems.

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