Applying DevOps practices in an organisation comes with the hope of a range of improvements: significantly shorter time to market, better product quality, more reliable releases, improved productivity and efficiency, and the increased ability to build the right product by fast experimentation etc.
What underlying issues is DevOps solving that brings such drastic changes, and where can we go next? How can we apply what we’ve learned from DevOps to other areas to get similar improvements?
This talk will look at some of the fundamental aspects of DevOps practices, and how they may be more general purpose than we think.
Required audience experience:
A general understanding of the current Devops movement, and issues faced in the software delivery lifecycle.
Objective of the talk:
This talk will cover some of the fundamental issues organisations face (both delivering software, and otherwise) and why the Devops movement is so successful in addressing many of these. It will try to generalise some of the successful aspects of Devops practices and explore how to recognise and apply these to a broader set of problems.
You can see Dave’s slides here: