DevOps: the new prerequisite to innovation
In a jungle of digital world, there’s an unprecedented demand for companies to innovate, iterate, and get products into consumers’ hands faster. Doing FTTM(Faster Time To Market) isn’t just an aspiration—it’s a necessity for survival.
Software used to be built in an assembly line: developers wrote the code, and then tossed it over the wall to operations engineers to be built and deployed. In this model, development is clearly delineated from operations, each department functioning independently with its own discrete roles, tools, and processes. Software release could take days or weeks, and acquiring additional infrastructure could take weeks or months.
Various cloud service providers, make it easy to get servers with the click of a button, and configuration management tools reduce the time and complexity of configuring and managing software.
But customers’ demand for the next digital thing is truly driving the need for faster software delivery.
To break the mold, companies need to find a more creative, collaborative, and efficient approach to software delivery—one that removes the barriers and embraces the dependencies between development and operations to release great software.
Outline/Structure of the Talk
- Agile with DevOps
- "DevOps Movement”, per ThoughtWorks!
- Industry Trends
- Poll From Audience about Agile experience
- Agile...Whats Next?
- What DevOps is NOT!
- DevOps Definetion
- How Agile & DevOps solves business challenges
- Devops Implementation with flow diagram in java/.Net, Legacy systems and docker/microservices etc
- Making technology more accessible
- DevOps innovation doesn't stops here
Understanding about DevOps
DevOps industry trends
DevOps success stories in BFSI, Manufactoring, Retail etc
How Agile works well with DevOps
DevOps & Innovations
DevOps implementations in Legacy/Cutting edge and present technologies
DevOps implementations workflow in Legacy/Cutting edge and present technologies
Anyone who knows software development or automation or Agile