Charlotte Jee, technology journalist and Capgemini cloud experts, Charlie Li and Joe Coyle, investigate if DevOps is killing jobs or simply changing them and how will it impact the training and reskilling of resources.
Forward-thinking enterprises are embracing new technologies such as DevOps to grow more agile, stay relevant and compete more effectively. DevOps goes hand-in-hand with automation, transforming development, testing, deployment, and operations while improving IT efficiency. Yet for all the positives surrounding DevOps and automation, there are concerns about the potential implications.
Does breaking down the silos between operations and development mean fewer jobs on both sides? Is automating elements of development, testing, deployment, and operations putting IT jobs at risk?
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Joseph Coyle, Global CTO for Cloud Services, Capgemini
Charlie Li, Chief Cloud Officer for Capgemini North America
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