DevOps Transformation: Everything you need to Succeed
Paul Reed worked across a number of industries, from financial services to cloud-based infrastructure to health care, with teams ranging from 2 to 2500 on everything from tooling, operational analysis and improvement, team culture transformation, and business value optimization. He regularly speaks internationally on release engineering, DevOps, IT operations complexity, and human factors.
DevOps doesn’t only focus on software delivery and operation — it is, for all intents and purposes, a movement. This movement looks at organizations as a whole – from technology to processes and company culture. It’s no magic bullet but it can help you get ahead of your competition. But in order to put it to good use, one needs to understand the factors that matter, especially the ones that help you achieve DevOps transformation. What are the roles? More importantly, who are the actors? And what pitfalls must be avoided at all costs? Answering these questions, you will have taken the first steps towards a DevOps transformation. Don’t know where to begin? Then join our DevOps Transformation Day! With the help of change experts and management “armed with” success stories, this day is a must for all those interested in DevOps.
In the workshop, we’ll cover:
DevOps history and underpinnings
Core DevOps principles
Continuous Delivery and Business Flow
An Overview of Technologies and Tools to help implement DevOps.
By joining DevOpsCon’s Transformation Day, you’ll get an insight into all the necessary aspects to make a DevOps transformation in your own organization successful.
DevOps is much more than just local improvements in the development, delivery and operation of software: it represents a movement which touches not only development and operations (obviously!), but organizational culture, quality assurance, security, and program management.
This workshop is a compact one-day briefing for DevOps beginners and those who’d like to get a comprehensive overview of the complex, encompassing DevOps landscape. It is tailored for technical stakeholders as well as for business leaders. Anyone tasked with a DevOps transformation will be able to spend a day wrapping their head around the world of DevOps, with exercises to help them look at their specific organization’s challenges through a DevOps lens.
DevOps has gone through many phases so far but its transformation is not yet completed. DevOpsCon speaker Paul Reed tells us that many companies have embraced DevOps and, if we look closely enough, we will discover that we can apply aspects from humanity’s other “operational” efforts to DevOps.