When I first time saw the word "DevOps", I thought it's quite straightforward: a system administrator with software development skill. That's why it is called "DevOps", not "OpsDev", isn't it?
No. Based on wikipedia, it's the opposite.
It seems that the "DevOps" concept is created purely for software development improvements.
All right. Then what should we call it as "a system administrator with software development skill"? Don't know. And unfortunately, I am one of that kind of guys.
( This post is inspired by Managed services killed DevOps )