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DevOps is about preventing silos and let teams work more together then let them throwing things over the wall. In an ideal situation every individual in a DevOps team is able to create programs, test them and make them available to the customer. According to me an important competence of a DevOps engineer is communication as this is required to get acceptance in a team and among teams for new tools and processes.
The more I think about it the more I get doubts regarding the structure and responsibilities in a team. From a DevOps perspective, every individual should be able to do dev, qa and ops activities, but if you compare it with for example football, all players need to be able to kick a ball, but some of them are specialized in goalkeeping and others in scoring goals. So a DevOps team could exist of QA, Ops and Dev engineers, but all of them are able to test, create and deploy software and are a basically able to kick a ball like in football.
As DevOps does not mean specialzed in dev, qa and ops, like goalkeepers will normally not score as much as a striker, is CD a profession or is it one of the DevOps tasks, or should it be everybody's responsibility, but why are Dev, QA and Ops engineer part of a DevOps team as well? From that perspective there should be a CD engineer as well, but CI is not part of CD. Should two professions, i.e. CI engineer and CD engineer be part of DevOps team as well?