After reading a bunch of the comments in these forums about possible barriers with regarding IT silos, knowledge hoarding, and that grumpy guy in the basement, it comes to mind that not everyone will be keen on moving from traditional Ops to DevOps. I think as IT professionals, we understand that change is inevitable, but that's been based around the technology, not the methodology. Switching mental gears can induce whiplash in some IT organizations.
Which leads me to the discussion question of the day:
If your organization is on its DevOps journey, what are some of the best practices or tips that you would share with others who are interested in starting?
If you've been
git-ing for a while or build up a store of your own containerized apps, how would you encourage others to get started in understanding the "why" the industry is moving this way?