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DevOps Cafe Episode 31

Getting deep to learn more about DevOps

Few individuals can the gap between management theories and cutting edge technologies. Simon Wardley is one of those who can and has the experience (Canon, Fotango, Canonical, and now the LEF think tank) to back it up. In this episode, John and Damon get deep with Simon on the theories of managing organizations for competitive advantage, DevOps, and the Cloud. 



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