How DevOps ended finger-pointing in this Argentinean government agency

Three years ago, when Gustavo Brey took over IT for the social and health services government agency in Argentina, he inherited development and operations teams that did not like working together, and it showed. Each time a deployment went wrong (which Brey says happened 80 percent of the time), each team would point fingers at the other team instead of trying to solve the problem. In this interview, Brey shares how moving to a DevOps model helped turn things around, with about 90 percent of deployments now being a success.