Addressing the culture change
Organizations transitioning to CI/CD often
witness dramatic cultural shifts on the
An IDC survey in 2019 found that internal
culture and training issues remained the
biggest obstacles to wholesale DevOps
adoption in APAC.
In our regular conversations with large APAC
organizations, many IT leaders concurred,
acknowledging that a key step in their
transitions is understanding what barriers
stand between different teams.
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to take what they learn and iterate again,
organizations stand to unlock true agility to
the development and deployment process.
The impact of the current crisis has
already initiated a changed mindset and
focus on Digital Transformation at all levels
of enterprise, government and industry.
CI/CD can bring speed, consistency and
even happiness into your innovation
efforts. It will change what is possible for
even our biggest global companies when
it comes to designing, developing and
deploying software. •
In the new world, silos between teams and
responsibilities can’t be tolerated anymore.
GitLab’s fourth annual DevSecOps survey
revealed that the lines are blurring between
developers and operations teams. There
also continues to be a clear disconnect
between developers and security teams, with
uncertainty about who should be responsible
for security efforts.
To achieve successful DevOps
transformation, leaders need to figure
out how to improve collaboration across
different teams and encourage rapid,
continuous learning and improvement,
especially from their mistakes.
By enabling a seamless flow of information
across the different teams, encouraging them
Anthony McMahon is GitLab’s APAC Regional
Director with over 18 years’ experience in
the technology industry in Asia, previously
at SAP and HP. Valerie Silverthorne is Senior
Content Editor at GitLab, with nearly 30 years
of experience as a writer and editor. GitLab
was recently cited as a Strong Performer in
the Forrester Continuous Delivery and Release
Automation (CDRA) report for Q2 2020.