Continuous Integration and Continuous Delivery (CI/CD) become central DevOps practices, as teams get up to speed with the approach – except for an essential missing element: governance.

Current approaches to governing software development and deployment processes in enterprise context tend to be prescriptive and non-Agile, serving only to stifle individual DevOps team from making continuous improvements.

Only by approaching governance from a Lean, Agile, and DevOps perspective, can modern enterprise software development teams hope to achieve the goals of DevOps while maintaining the checks and balances so important for the enterprise context

 
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Outline/structure of the Session

Scaling DevOps: A complex domain problem

Governance through Automations: Gate Reviews to Guardrails

Continuous Governance (CG): missing link of CI-CD-CG

Implementing CG for teams: Applying data science using OODA loops

Achieving DevOps@scale: Using OODA at every level of organization.

Learning Outcome

Attendees will learn about how to:

  • Measuring IT performance across Agile/DevOps teams and programs that use varied process and tool-chains to meet customer needs
  • Using OODA (Observe, Orient, Decide and Act) loop at different levels to continuously learn and direct DevOps teams towards strategic goals
  • Using insightful visualizations to guide practice improvements, which then can be automated as “process constraints” and “practitioner nudges"

Target Audience

IT Management, DevOps Engineers, Developers

Prerequisite

None

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  • Leena S N
    By Leena S N  ~  2 weeks ago
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    Hi Badri,

    This is an interesting topic. Can you add more detail to the outline and abstract explaining what you want to convey to the audience on how they should approach it? It will be good if you can share it as an experience report.

    Also please add slides for the talk and a video of your talk for us to understand your presentation style better.

    Thanks,