What's the most important thing that you've learned about DevOps in 2021?


Taking some time to reflect on “what did I learn this year?” Here’s what I learned:

  • The fastest way to derail any conversation is to ask if DevOps should be a role or only a methodology.
  • Implementing is the easy part. Planning and designing processes are the tough parts.
  • Communication and coordination are everything.
  • NEVER underestimate the power of documentation (for good and for bad)

I would love to hear from others about their biggest takeaways about DevOps and database development are.

What’s your greatest piece of wisdom learned this year?

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I would add that security is HUGE and becoming a more growing concern. There are lots of conversations out there around malware and how to best protect the database.