I was a college-student BOFH, an ISP sysadmin, and an academic IT manager. If I wanted a curmudgeonly sysadmin, I could just look in a mirror. Most developers were unlikely to be granted root on any systems whatsoever, and servers were carefully hand-whittled works of art. You know, The Way Things Were.
Moving to a role doing operations at a developer-centric startup was both a culture shock and a great learning experience. I’ll discuss what worked for me (and what was challenging!) in terms of my transition to a DevOps practice. Spoiler alert: change is scary, but awesome developers on the team make it much easier for an old-school sysadmin to be assimilated into the DevOps of Borg.
Operations at 8thBridge
Guest parking lot alongside the building on 5th Street and 5th Avenue. If you choose to park here, sign in and out with the security guard at the main entrance. Once full, there is also metered street parking up and down 5th.
If at all possible, use mass transit or car pool as an option.
Guests cannot use the contracted parking lots across the street.