DevOps transformations require embracing failure


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DevOps transformations require embracing failure Innovative achievements on our planet seem to manifest themselves after copious amounts of failure. Most of us are at least somewhat familiar with history’s comically hilarious attempts to create a flying machine. During the early days of flight, flying machines were invented in droves. Most of these contraptions had disastrous results.  One could at this point logically ask: ‘If innovation stems from failure, why are we humans so afraid to fail?  Is this fear of failure relatable to a financial cost? OR does the fear of failure relate to a cost in credibility?’ Let’s explore. While we look at the flying machines now with a level of jovial humor, the cost of failure at the time was actually very high. During the quest for flight hundreds were injured and even killed, multitudes […]

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