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If you've begun your DevOps journey, chances are, you've considered forming a DevOps team. Seems like a pretty wise move! But, did you know that creating a DevOps team is decision many leaders grow to regret?

If you've read our article 4 Reasons DevOps Might Not be Working for You, you already know that a DevOps team could be the very thing that stands in your way of success. How can this be?

DevOps expert, John Esser, has seen his fair share of successes and failures in the DevOps space, and he's here to set the record straight. Take a look at what he recommends when forming a DevOps team, and how you can turn this DevOps "mistake" into a solution all your own.

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