When the term NoOps was coined by Forrester last April it stirred up a lot of controversy online, especially in the DevOps camp, and the $500 price tag didn’t certainly help to drive a good conversation. The discussion has been ongoing since then with no resolution and the on and off fight over twitter and various blogs. What I’m gonna argue is that except for the random troll, everybody is working toward the same goal [...]
GigaOM just published an article titled Why 2013 is the year of ‘NoOps’ for programmers [Infographic] and since my comment doesn’t seem to show up (pending moderation apparently) I decided I might as well just reply on my blog. If you’re in a hurry here’s why that’s just not gonna happen: a PaaS is a wonderful thing that is giving an opportunity to ideas to see the light of the internet when otherwise they might have [...]
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