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DevOps Culture and Practice with OpenShift

Tim Beattie, Mike Hepburn, Noel O'Connor, Donal Spring


Containers and container-centric application lifecycle management are now an industry standard, and OpenShift has a leading position in a flourishing market of enterprise Kubernetes-based product offerings.

DevOps Culture and Practice with OpenShift provides a roadmap for building empowered product teams within your organization.

This guide brings together lean, agile, design thinking, DevOps, culture, facilitation, and hands-on technical enablement all in one book. Through a combination of real-world stories, a practical case study, facilitation guides, and technical implementation details, DevOps Culture and Practice with OpenShift provides tools and techniques to build a DevOps culture within your organization on Red Hat's OpenShift Container Platform.

Section 1, featured in this download, “Practices Make Perfect,” will introduce you to DevOps culture and practices and how you can use continuous discovery and continuous delivery (CI/CD) to achieve DevOps culture:

  • Implement successful DevOps practices and, in turn, OpenShift within your organization.
  • Deal with segregation of duties in a continuous delivery world.
  • Understand automation and its significance through an application-centric view.
  • Master communication and collaboration enabling delivery of superior software products at scale through continuous discovery and continuous delivery.

To learn more and download the rest of the sections, go here.


Everyone in an organization should care about people, process engineering, and technology in order to drive the desired outcomes. We want to break down the silos between these three pillars and bring them closer together. A reader who may be more interested and focused on one of these three things will get as much (if not more) value from learning about the other two things.

This means a hardcore software engineer or architect can pick up some great insights and guidance on why people, culture, and collaboration are equally important for their role.

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