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dc.creatorSnapp, Mary Beth
dc.creatorVinopal, Jennifer
dc.description.abstractThe DevOps movement represents a paradigm shift in software development, but there are misconceptions about what it really means. It’s much more nuanced than simply adding a DevOps engineer to your team or asking systems administrators and developers to play well together. At its core, DevOps is about culture change. In this talk, we will define the CALMS framework of DevOps and the people, technical, and organizational factors that challenge its adoption. We will share specific examples of how DevOps is changing the way we work on digital library projects at Ohio State University Libraries and how its universal principles can drive large-scale digital transformation in libraries. Presented at Coalition for Networked Information (CNI) Spring 2020 Membership Meetingen_US
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dc.subjectLearning organizationen_US
dc.subjectAgile software developmenten_US
dc.subjectOrganizational cultureen_US
dc.subjectDigital preservationen_US
dc.subjectProcess engineeringen_US
dc.titleDevOps is Bigger than IT: Driving Digital Transformation in Librariesen_US
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