The no-obviate DevOps
A lot of enterprises have trouble in starting to practice DevOps, steps like making a "DevOps Team" are common amongst large enterprises. Needless to say such teams see a lot of resistance, not only on the tooling but processes and practices front also when they try to practice DevOps. Starting to do DevOps is not as much about removing things from the system and put in something dramatically new as it is about creating an ecosystem based on well know principals of managing operations and the relationships between those who develop to those who manage. This ecosystem has to evolve into a state of being and is not built up by adding random pieces of automation or throwing in a new profile of engineers.
We need to simplify our thought process and look into the basics for the three ways, what is CAMS and how to go about bringing in all the four pillars into practice for benefiting from DevOps as a practice.
The talk aims at explaining how DevOps practices in-fact benefit from tapping into existing Lean, and ITSM practices hence making the transition with lesser heart burns and frictions.
Outline/structure of the Session
This talk is organised into the following sections
- What is DevOps?
- The Three Ways
- Systems Thinking
- Amplified Feedback Loops
- Continuous Learning and experimentation
- Building a Culture
- Building Automation
- Measure what matters
- Sharing is not that bad after all
- Where to start?
- Some wisdom from
After this session the participants will have:
- Understood the business value of improving the flow between Dev and Ops
- Acquired a high-level understanding of DevOps including cultural, practical and automation aspects
- Discussing the benefits and results realized by organizations adopting DevOps
- Explored the relationship between DevOps, Agile, Lean and ITSM
- Understand ongoing opportunities for knowledge about emerging DevOps best practices
Developers, Ops Guys, Project / Program Managers, Business Stakeholders
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