1. Tailoring Your DevOps Transformation to Organizational Culture
In the ‘2016 State of DevOps Report’ the Westrum Model  of organizational culture is proposed. It focuses on information flow, high cooperation and trust as predictive factors of DevOps success in a company. It is a perfect future state design tool which, however, tells little about where your company is at the moment. Moreover, it does not suggest how to influence an organizational culture and in which direction it should change.
2. How to Set Up a Continuous Delivery Environment
With the increasing popularity of microservices, more and more is being said about Continuous Delivery. There are many interesting books and articles about that subject. There are also many tools and solutions that can help set up a Continuous Delivery environment.
3. DevOps done right: Why work-life balance matters to digital transformation success
As enterprises in every industry grapple with digital transformation, and fixate on meeting user demands for always-on services, IT departments find themselves under growing pressure to perform and deliver.
4. Is DevOps security about behavior or process?
One of my main roles is improving the security of the software produced by my employer, and it was in that role that I attended the annual gathering of the security industry in San Francisco last week. The RSA Conference is one of the two global security conferences I attend, the other being Blackhat. While Blackhat has become more corporate, it’s still dominated by hackers and focuses more on vulnerabilities, whereas RSA is very much a corporate event focused on enterprise security and security policy.
5. Finance industry leading the way in DevOps implementations, research says
Financial services firms are embracing DevOps approaches and best practices more quickly than other industries, according to new research from managed services provider Claranet