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We at hSo are incredibly passionate about the cloud and its potential. We provide cloud services after all! Over the past few weeks, we've covered devops, what it is and its partnership with the cloud. With the explosion of devops comes, of course, the parody twitter and tumblr accounts. We've also seen the memes that have risen out of the movement. So, here, we thought we'd share some of the funnier tweets and images we've come across regarding devops:
— Catapult PR (@catapultpr) "https://twitter.com/catapultpr/status/618876746318741504">July 8, 2015
— Posting Notes on (@JerDoug) July 7, 2015
— Halie Noble (@HalieNoble) July 7, 2015
Oh, you think cloud is your ally! You merely adopted cloud. I was born in it! Molded by it. I didn't see hardware until I was already a man.
— DevOps Bane (@DevOpsBane) December 13, 2012
The cloud is full of idiots.
— Uncle Devops (@UncleDevops) February 8, 2013
Automated Continuous Delivery is all fine, but what about automated lunch delivery? #devopsgottaeat
— DevOps Grouch (@DevOpsGrouch) December 17, 2013
In startup we are gamify site outage. Three outage and ops team is out.
— DevOps Borat (@DEVOPS_BORAT) April 5, 2013
For every of stakeholder involve in your project is completion of project delay by 6 month.
— DevOps Borat (@DEVOPS_BORAT) February 24, 2013
Khaleesi want move to public cloud, but where will Khalasar ride if is no datacenter? Who we can slay without 1U server?
— DothrakiDevops (@DothrakiDevops) January 21, 2013
In devops optimist is person which is see glass as 99.999% full.
— DevOps Borat (@DEVOPS_BORAT) February 10, 2013
if you're not ready to die for it, put the word 'devops' out of your vocabulary.
— Devops X (@DEVOPS_X) July 28, 2010
In all seriousness, while the above tweets illustrate the humour and funny jokes devops has created, there's no question devops has had a significant impact on businesses. It's going to be interesting to see where it's headed and what it will help achieve. And while we at hSo have had immense fun explaining the wonderful and magical world of devops, we feel this image is apt as a parting gift: