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Oops, We Inflicted DevOps on our Business--Now What?

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It seems that everyone is aflutter with DevOps, the shiny new panacea for all of our software ailments. What technical goodness can DevOps bestow upon us? What riddles does it unlock for us as technologists? How do business goals align in order to wring the true value from DevOps?
Delivering value faster is a desire of many business and IT leaders, and it often looks like a win-lose proposition to achieve it. Metrics and edicts seem to have competing interests, like the car racer being told to "go faster" and "save fuel." Barry and Allison will share their experiences with organizations and teams embracing DevOps and how it impacted both IT and business. We’ll explore the dynamics of goals and the conflict they can incite through an interactive game to further dive into what happens when DevOps is and isn’t in tandem with agile coaching.
Join us to look at what it means to align business and IT goals for creating a successful DevOps culture and how agile coaching fits in.

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Oops, We Inflicted DevOps on our Business--Now What?

  1. 1. We Inflicted DevOps on our Business— Now What? Image designed by rawpixel.com / Freepik
  2. 2. As an agile coach with Improving in Dallas, Allison Pollard helps people discover their agile instincts and develop their coaching abilities. Allison is also a Certified Professional Co-Active Coach, a foodie, and proud glasses wearer. Allison Pollard
  3. 3. As a Principal Consultant with Improving in Dallas, Barry is a web developer, Scrum Master, and agilist. Barry loves helping make work life better for teams and leaving things in a better state than when he was introduced to the situation. Barry is also an award-winning homebrewer and an avid amateur photographer. Barry Forrest
  4. 4. Let’s go DevOps – Delivering Value Team can release their latest work, at minimal risk and cost, whenever the business desires – ability to ship at will Systemic flaws in production lifecycle are revealed early Team has low defect rates, so less time is wasted fixing bugs and more time is invested in making improvements Codebase has low technical debt, which makes changes cheaper and faster Icons made my freepik
  5. 5. Background vector created by zivile_z - www.freepik.com Chair Game
  6. 6. Background designed by starline / Freepik What was hard about the game? What was the light bulb moment? How does this relate to goals to adopt DevOps? What would it mean to align IT and business goals?
  7. 7. Aligning Business Goals and Technical Goals •Limit work in progress •Visual management •Feedback from production •Lightweight change approvals Lean Management •Work in small batches •Make flow of work visible •Gather and implement customer feedback •Team experimentation Lean Product Development •Test automation •Deployment automation •Trunk-based development •Shift left on security •Loosely coupled architecture •Empowered teams •Continuous integration •Version control •Test data management •Monitoring •Proactive notifications Software Development Practices
  8. 8. Recap • Adopting DevOps without clarity on how it supports business goals can spark conflict • Adopting DevOps well is about aligning goals, collaborating across teams, and working toward a shared goal to improve customer outcomes • Lean management, lean product development, and software development practices drive software delivery performance. Apply practices from all three to adopt DevOps well
  9. 9. Allison Pollard • Allison.Pollard@improving.com • www.allisonpollard.com • @allison_pollard Barry Forrest • Barry.Forrest@improving.com • bforrest.com • @bforrest30 Contact