DevOps is not replacement of ITIL or ITSM. ITIL remain the best codifications of the processes that underpin IT Operations, and actually describe many of the capabilities needed in order for IT Operation to support a DevOps-style work stream.
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There are lots of definition of DevOps out there and all are well defined. And as everyone says DevOps is not a new species in IT industries, it already exist out there somewhere in your industries. You have to just collect it, brush it and make it sine by getting all pieces together.
And I realize this when i was taking DevOps course..while going through the courses It took me flash back and then I realize , this is not a new things we are gonna do..this is the things which we are already doing or practicing on daily basis. Only difference is that we are not doing this together taking all the departments or division on same journey…
And at the end of course, it taught me, this DevOps revolution will be successful only when all teams are working together, respect each other, are customer oriented and having same goal and vision of an organization.. in simple word its a Culture and Professional movement… And I called it “THE RISE OF DEVOPS“.
Thank you DevOps Institute for designing this Course and finally I am Proud DevOps certificate Holder…thanks ITSM Zone for course contents..and BIG thanks to all Team members of Dev and Ops division of SGIS for their inspiration and guidance.
Through this posts I will be sharing my learning and practices of DevOps…So Stayed tune to THE RISE OF DEVOPS 🙂
As I mentioned above, a cloaked path simply means the parent directory is not recursively mapping folders. We want to add a child folder map. These two conditions are mutually exclusive. To resolve the issue, simply change the parent map to be recursive:
In the Source Control Explorer window, right click the parent node — the context menu appears
Click the Remove Mapping… option in the context menu — the Remove Mapping dialog appears
Check the box labeled, Recursive
Click the Change button — a prompt appears, stating, “Newly mapped items will not be downloaded until you execute a get. Do you want to get $/[PARENT PATH] now?”, where “[PARENT PATH]’ is the path of the parent node
Click the No button — the prompt and Remove Mapping windows disappear, and then the Get window appears
CAUTION: Use your best judgement here! I decided to click the Cancel button in the Get progress window, to prevent mapping child objects
After changing the mapping of the parent to recursive, adding items should function normally.