Ádám Sándor: I'm a Java developer turned cloud-native consultant currently working for Container Solutions, an Amsterdam-based consultancy company, where we help companies adapt to cloud-native technologies while exploring the best practices in DevOps.
I believe that DevOps is a way of developing software where you break down the barriers between the people who develop software and the people who run the software in production. Ideally, this would mean that a single team can be responsible for running their own software in production, which can improve the time it takes to fix problems. DevOps can also improve the design of software because developers get plenty of feedback—which allows them to design solutions in such a way that they will be able to run those solutions. I very much believe this is part of the "you build it, you run it" philosophy.
Viktor Farcic: But why would anyone want to do that?