DevOps is a project management process and philosophy meant to boost an organization’s productivity when delivering applications. However, even with the best practices in place, you need to ensure that all team members stay on task to make it work.
Managing productivity is challenging in a traditional workplace environment; it becomes even more challenging when using remote workspaces and having your team divided. Here is how you can increase your DevOps remote workplace productivity.
for more information) and regular peer code reviews to keep everyone on the same page.
In addition to testing your applications’ performance, it’s essential to set performance metrics for your team. This plays into the feedback loop for DevOps. Identify key performance metrics for the people working on your project. While it’s human to make an error here and there, there should be a threshold to what’s considered acceptable. Having performance metrics for your remote team will keep them on task, even when they aren’t being supervised in person.
and can create unintentional conflicts with a team.
and have your workers let your project manager know as soon as possible.
By ensuring that everyone has a clear understanding of the DevOps philosophy and applies that to their daily work, you’ll be able to keep your team productive no matter where they are in the world.