4 Maps of DevOps
Although DevOps practices deliver incredible benefits to organizations looking to improve their software delivery practices, the larger positive impact of DevOps to delivering value is often harder to realize. A set of practices we’ve found to help organizations is something we call the 4 Maps of DevOps.
Fitting nicely in between the 3 ways and 5 ideals, the 4 maps consist of Outcome Mapping, Value Stream Mapping, Dependency Mapping and Capability Mapping. They help you create a powerful roadmap that is outcomes-focused and targeted at the most important problems.
Through this talk, I’ll walk through the benefits these maps produce, how they relate to one another and the problems you can target with them. I’ll go through some real-life examples of using these maps to help organizations.
This talk is for anybody who is struggling to work out where to start or where to go next with their adoption of DevOps.
Outline/Structure of the Experience Report
- Introduction - Who am I, how did we get here - 2 minutes
- Introducing the problem - 2 minutes
- Explaining the 4-Maps and how they relate and build on each other - 4 minutes
- Case studies of how they’ve been applied - 10 minutes
- Thanks and Q&A - 2 minutes
Learn about 4 generative mapping exercises, the kind of problems they help you solve and the benefits of applying them.
Anybody looking to create alignment and clarity across their organization. The nice thing about this approach is that it scales from an individual team to looking at cross organizational processes.
Prerequisites for Attendees
An understanding of DevOps principles and practices. We are building on a lot of prior knowledge here.
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