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7 Roles Needed to Ensure Project Success for DevOps Teams

7 Roles Needed to Ensure Project Success for DevOps Teams

Given the highly contextual nature of DevOps for each organization, assigning the right roles to team members helps maximize benefits. Once team members adopt their responsibilities, the organization can accelerate project success by increasing interactions between software development and operations.

You can ensure a successful implementation by choosing the right people for the right roles. As an IT manager, you need to deploy – as well as empower – new or evolving professional roles for your team. These roles and responsibilities may keep changing with projects and as new technologies emerge.

In addition to assigning a professional to oversee all aspects of the implementation of DevOps, team roles should ideally include experienced professionals in fields such as automation architects, release managers, security engineers security assurance experts, and developer testers.

Assign the Right Roles to Create a Strong DevOps Team Structure

  1. The DevOps Leader – Appoint a senior employee who will identify key roles to support DevOps delivery methods and ensure buy-in from both operations and development. The leader will also develop a learning culture to address challenges and problems.
  1. Release Manager – The release manager helps coordinate the management of the product from the start to release including integration, development flow, testing, and deployment.
  1. Software Developer – The software developer is responsible for unit testing, deployment, ongoing monitoring of code, and turning new requirements into code.
  1. Integration Specialists – Their role – which is especially important for geographically spread out organizations – involves analyzing, designing, and implementing for continuous deployments’ What’s more, they also need to ensure availability for pre-production and production systems.
  1. Experience Assurance (XA) Professional – The XA professionals ensure that all product features and functionality are released according to end-user expectations.
  1. Security Engineer – They work side-by-side with developers to incorporate security features as the product is being developed.
  1. Utility or Operations Team Players – Utility team players improve the quality of service, optimize resource management, and prioritize security.

DevOps Implementation is Driven by Collective Knowledge and Expert Leadership

For successful implementation of DevOps, you need to build a proper team with the right people in the right roles. While the size of the team doesn’t matter, it’s important to define the different roles properly for proper coordination. With the right people in place, it then takes a masterful leader at the top to guide the implementation and keep the team focused on the result.

At times, due to time or resource constraints, you may need to incorporate responsibilities under a single person or hire contractual experts with the right skillsets to add value to your DevOps team. Contacting a seasoned recruiter can help you connect with skilled DevOps professionals in the industry.

 nTech Workforce can connect you to talented DevOps professionals in the IT field. Contact us today for more information regarding our customized staffing solutions for your requirements.

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