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Published : Apr 13, 2021
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Apr 2021
Hold ? Proceed with caution

Ideally, but especially when teams are practicing DevOps, the deployment pipeline and the code being deployed should be owned by the same team. Unfortunately, we still see organizations where there is separate code and pipeline ownership, with the deployment pipeline configuration owned by the infrastructure team; this results in delays to changes, barriers to improvements and a lack of development team ownership and involvement in deployments. One cause of this can clearly be the separate team, another can be the desire to retain “gatekeeper” processes and roles. Although there can be legitimate reasons for using this approach (e.g., regulatory control), in general we find it painful and unhelpful.

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