What is DevOps? [Sponsored]
“DevOps” is a hot new buzzword in the tech world. The Vooza crew breaks it down. (This video is sponsored by New Relic. Learn more about DevOps at New Relic.)
Devops is uh, mythical beast with 22 eyes.
>> Devops is actually an old uh,
Ukrainian casserole that my grandmother used to make.
Uh, this was when she was alive.
>> Dev is the Greek word for 22.
>> Devops is.
It's a, it's like that fancy term
that project managers use around the office.
>> Devop is short for Devon Obstin the creator, the founder
of hashtags, he invented the first hashtag in 1977.
>> It means deviant options and it refers to like.
Distracting things in the office like smart phones,
Facebook, Pottery barn catalogues, you know stuff like that.
>> It's how you, how do you make
a development, how do you make opportunities in development?
>> I got it right here, it's
a term for bringing together Software developers
and IT operations so you can produce
software faster and with a lot more iterations.
>> That doesn't sound right.
>> Well that's according to new relic a company that makes
Software analytic's that can help you build faster more reliable web apps.
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