DevOps: The Key to IT Performance
Do you want to know the latest on what really drives IT and business outcomes when you're trying to rollout DevOps? This is the talk for you. Here, you'll find out that the best IT performers have the highest throughput and reliability while contributing to their organizations' profitability, productivity, and market share goals. You'll also find out what the industry is doing in things like security and containers, and a deeper look into continuous delivery and lean management practices, and how these relate IT performance and quality. You’ll love the results. This talk is great for executives and business directors because it will help you understand the value proposition of DevOps and how to achieve the best outcomes. This talk is also great for practitioners because we help you understand the practices that predict high IT performance – and arm you with the data you need to make your case to the executive suite for DevOps and resources.
Outline/structure of the Session
Why IT Matters
How we got to where we are
What is IT Performance
How IT Performers are doing awesome
What technical practices are really driving IT Performance
What lean management practices are really driving IT Performance
How culture really drives IT performance
What key capabilities should you focus on to make your DevOps transformation awesome? This talk will tell you what the data says.
Managers, business leaders, technical leaders
schedule Submitted 1 year ago
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