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Red Hat’s David Egts: ‘Waterfall’ Culture Could Hinder Public Sector’s DevOps Adoption

David Egts

TYSONS CORNER, VA, June 1, 2018 — David Egts, chief technologist for Red Hat’s (NYSE: RHT) public sector business, has said government agencies may face several challenges in their DevOps adoption due to the government’s culture that focuses on long-term efforts, ExecutiveBiz reported May 25.

Egts believes the government’s procurement culture is used to multiyear information technology programs and initiatives supported by a waterfall approach, TechTarget reported May 22.

The private sector may help the public sector deploy DevOps in their IT systems even as the latter has a broader technology scale and is subject to government mandates, Egts noted.

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