GitOps has been ‘controversial’ — but the truth is your organization needs it

There’s a popular (and, not that it matters, wholly untrue) myth that says we only ever use 10% of our brains, with the rest locked away as untapped potential. Sometimes I think Git is a bit like that.  We all know Git. It’s the foundation of the modern software development workflow. But if you’re merely using it as a tool to host and manage code, you’re missing out on a huge opportunity to bring order and consistency to your infrastructure deployments.  GitOps unleashes that other 90%. At its core, this approach sees Git placed at the heart of how an…

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