Since adopting a DevOps approach at your organization can be a paradigm shift, there are going to be challenges. Unless you are lucky enough to work for a start-up that gets to build IT processes from the ground up some things must change to shift the organization in such a drastic way. I've frequently heard IT professionals say "It's hard to turn a battleship around" when describing major changes to the way IT operates.
Various personality types and corporate cultures can affect this, so I'm aware that everyone's journey is different. Given all the baggage typically attached to IT projects and organizations as a whole, this brings up some very difficult questions as to how IT operates. Which leads me to today's discussion question:
What are some of the challenges or pain points that you face or have faced in implementing DevOps at your organization and how did you overcome them?