DevOps began as a philosophy. A technological way of life that valued inclusion and collaboration in order to breakdown organisation barriers for the betterment of ops and dev engineers, and ultimately the bottom line of the company they work for. So where did it all go sideways? Is the traditional meaning of DevOps dead before it even had a chance to thrive? In this talk Josh will talk briefly about the history of DevOps, and the landscape as it stands today, and what the future holds for the philosophy-turned-buzzword we call DevOps.