What if my DevOps initiative fails

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I have a small start-up and I'm trying to initiate the DevOps culture but so far it doesn't seem to work or influencing the team. What do i do?
Jan 4, 2019 in Events & Trending Topics by Ali
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DevOps implementation requires patience and time. To measure your progress or analyze the results you need to give some give at least 2 years once it's completely implemented. You need to make sure if your entire organization is following this process. it requires a team effort. make sure of these few things:

  • The entire organization has accepted the new work culture
  • You're using the right tools
  • Using the right metrics to measure the progress.
answered Jan 4, 2019 by Stacy
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Devops initiatives in most of such scenarios require Time and Patience.

This is a snippet I read somewhere and save for myself

Some of the core reasons DevOps initiatives fail include:
Not spreading a DevOps culture across the entire organization.
Choosing the tools without conducting research about what they do and evaluating whether they are a fit in your organization.
Setting unrealistic goals.
Trying to apply the same recipe that other companies have.
Not training your people.
Implementing a hybrid approach to DevOps where you attempt to keep your old culture.
answered Jan 4, 2019 by anonymous

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