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How does Effective DevOps helps a company ramp up Digital Transformation?

 
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I believe that APIs are the building block for digital transformation, especially RESTful APIs.  Where does Effective DevOps come to play here?
 
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DevOps isn't just about code though. From reading the book, it is an incredibly minor part.

I like how the book covers that tools can make a bad culture worse. So saying APIs without talking about culture may transform the code, but the the company.
 
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Hi Jeanne,

Thank you for your reply, this is a good perspective that makes sense.  How does Effective DevOps helps a company ramp up culture transformation?

What is the ideal company culture?

What would you consider to be a company's ideal status for innovation?

Failed Innovation and/or Successful Innovation?

I like the idea to fail quickly and learn from it

Thanks,
Gibran
 
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The book emphasizes that there is no one ideal. There are things that are universally bad though like a blameful culture.
 
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Sounds like a need to read the book Effective DevOps
 
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