DevOps with Analytics - Listen to Pipeline

DevOps alone is not going to help for better software delivery. DevOps with some analytics will give you smarter & intelligent software delivery pipeline.

The simple truth is that, as currently configured, data-centric companies will struggle to cross the divide between what is currently considered effective data and a modality where analytics is an inherent part of the fundamental fabric of business operations that benefits from continuous improvement. Today data is all too often a process where new insights and models get developed as a one-time effort or deployed to production on an ad hoc basis, and require regular babysitting for monitoring and updating.

I strongly believe DevOps with Analytics (Cognitive Services) would give tremendous outcomes in the IT operations perspective. Every organization is struggling to maintain the data noise. Data noise is nothing but a data overload and human’s inability to interpret.

 
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Outline/Structure of the Talk

DevOps Pipeline and data exploration

Analytics overview

Classical DevOps and Intelligence DevOps

Challenges Posed by DevOps

Autonomics Overview

Building System of Intelligence for Development, Test, Release, Ops

Conclusion

Learning Outcome

Understanding Analytics and application of Analytics over data generated by DevOps tools or products within pipeline. Learning or identifying areas of building system/algorithm of intelligence over data or events, learning different phase of Analysis.

Target Audience

Programmers, Quality analyst, Release and build Engineers, Agile Development Team, Product Owner, Scrum Master,

Prerequisites for Attendees

Basic knowledge of DevOps

schedule Submitted 8 months ago

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  • Anand Bagmar
    By Anand Bagmar  ~  8 months ago
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    Hi Dhiren,

    I looked at the slides you shared - and from my past experiences, I would like to point out a few things that can help make it better (in context of Agile India, or otherwise as well)

    1. Some slides have too much text - attendees will be diverted from reading that Vs listening to you

    2. A lot of the text is quite small - which means it will not be readable to people sitting farther away from the projector screen

    3. If you use the same / similar content for this session (if accepted), I think you have too much content to speak about in 45 min, which includes time for interactions / Q&A as well. Please do update & prepare accordingly

    • Dhiren
      By Dhiren  ~  8 months ago
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      Hi Anand,

      Thanks for inputs, I will update presentation accordingly.

       

  • Vivek Ganesan
    By Vivek Ganesan  ~  8 months ago
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    Thanks for your slides, Dhiren :)

    I think the submission could be improved by:

    • explaining how practical application of these concepts helped, or not.
    • Dhiren
      By Dhiren  ~  8 months ago
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      Hi Vivek,

      Thanks for sharing inputs, during session I will be talking about practical implementation around log- Management and building system/Algorithm  around it as one of the practical implementation example.

      If feasible we get have additional 45 min we can plan short demo or actual implementation to participants.

       

  • Vivek Ganesan
    By Vivek Ganesan  ~  8 months ago
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    Thanks for your submission, Dhiren :)

    Please add slides (even from past presentations) or video (even a 2 mins trailer of your session recorded on your phone) before we’ll consider this proposal.


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