In the near future, many people will open their work laptops at the kitchen table or on the sofa. The Netherlands will remain at home en masse for the time being because of the corona virus. Hundreds of thousands, perhaps millions, of people come online this week to take refuge in the corona virus, but certainly not all. According to the Dutch Ministerie van Sociale Zaken en Werkgelegenheid, only 29 percent of Dutch people can work from home, including one in twenty service employees and more than half of the information workers.
The question “What is DevOps all about?” has been discussed for quite some time. How can DevOps be correctly defined and categorized if it changes constantly? In fact, if you look at a random LinkedIn Search, there are more functions being crammed into DevOps than any other roles right now. The first years of DevOps had one truth to it: the entire DevOps movement was to break down silos between development, operations and everything else in-between to enhance software development and release processes.