"DevOps" is term that is often misused. DevOps doesn't mean System Administration with a sprinkling of automation. DevOps isn't something that only the operations team or system administrators should be concerned with. You don't go hire DevOps Engineers anymore than you would go hire a TDD Engineer.
So what is DevOps and why should I care? DevOps is all about creating delightful customer experiences. An organization that follows DevOps practices is one that is continually learning, one where the entire team is focused on the same goals, and one that is truly awesome to be a part of.
OK, so, how do I "do the DevOps"? I'll outline some the things that you can do today to get your organization on the path to DevOps.
"DevOps" is a term that will eventually die and will no longer be necessary. Why? Because, in the future, "DevOps" will be "the way" organizations build software and deliver that software to their customers.