If you’re working with Docker, as a developer, you are now involved in DevOps.
You’re no longer just a coder that tosses things over the fence when they’re ready to be deployed. You make decisions about the production environment and runtime for the application.
Whether or not you ever intended to be a part of that world – the operations team, making decisions about how an application will be configured in a production environment – you're now squarely involved.
And this is great!
But… what does that really mean? What is “DevOps?” and why does it matter to you? How does it affect the people that run your production applications, or the team you work with, or the company as a whole?
In this interview with Carmen Andoh, Derick seeks the answer to those questions. From a basic understanding what “What is DevOps?” to the role that Docker plays in this realm. Carmen explains what it means to be a developer using Docker and how that will directly affect the work you do and when that work happens.