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InterAgil 2017 - Agile e DevOps

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Palestra apresentada no InterAgil 2017 sobre Agile e DevOps e como conseguir extrair o máximo deles em conjunto.

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InterAgil 2017 - Agile e DevOps

  1. 1. Guilherme Silva Cardoso guilherme.silvacardoso@hotmail.com MCP | MCSD ALM | ISMF | IPOF | IATF | SFC | CSSWB Tirando o máximo do Agile & DevOps
  2. 2. Quem sou eu? Premier Field Engineer Especialista em Tec. Desenvolvimento de Sistemas & Gestão de Projetos blog.guilhermescardoso.com.br guilherme.silvacardoso@hotmail.com twitter.com/guilhermescard
  3. 3. … um conjunto de processos, métodos e sistemas para comunicação, colaboração e integração entre os departamentos para Desenvolvimento, Operações.
  4. 4. DevOps é CULTURA de colaboração de comunicação de automação de compartilhamento de transparência de medição de feedback de engajamento
  5. 5. DevOps Agile Lean Kanban ITIL Cloud ALM
  6. 6. Cultura Compartilhamento MétricasAutomação
  7. 7. Planning Chat Every 3 sprints Sprint 3 week sprints Season 6 month season Vision 18 month vision
  8. 8. Outperforming teams are 54% more likely to Developers 26.7% No executive support 56.7% Cultural inhibitors 43.3% Fragmentedprocesses Collaboration blockers DevOps was being initiated by more development teams than IT Ops teams by about a 40% to 33% margin Agile methodologieshave adopted 3/4 of teams BusinessIT Ops The average hourly cost of infrastructure failure is $100,000 per hour It takes on average 200 minutes to diagnose and repair a production issue IT decision makers is still unfamiliar with the term DevOps 61 in 40% … of implementations end up getting reworked because they don’t meet the users’ original requirements … of development budgets for software, IT staff and external professional services will be consumed by poor requirements 41% IT drives business success! High IT performance correlates with strong business performance, helps boost productivity, market share and profit. Responding to ongoing needs for efficiency and growth Always keeping all systems safe and secure dual goals … for companies that try to adapttheir existing toolsfor DevOps practices 80% failure rate … CIOs 70 % to reduce IT costs Would increase risk and accelerate business agility of A bug caught in production ends up costing than if the same bug was found earlier in the development cycle 100x more
  9. 9. Plan 1 Monitor + Measure Release + DeployCode + Build + Test 2 4 3
  10. 10. Kanban Code + Build + Test 1 Plan Project starts ScrumUX
  11. 11. Write Code (Scrum, XP, etc) Unit Testing, TDD, BDD 2 Agile Tests, Continuous Validation C.I DoD / DoR Release + Deploy Code + Build + Test
  12. 12. Cloud Load Testing Integration testing environment Automated functional testing environment 3 C.D / C.Infra C. Delivery Monitor + Measure Release + Deploy
  13. 13. Monitor + Measure 4 Continuous Monitoring Continuous Feedback Plan the next iteration
  14. 14. Necessidade de uma mudança cultural Nenhuma troca de conhecimento Processos dissociados Falta de automação
  15. 15. Alguma Dúvida? Muito obrigado! Guilherme Silva Cardoso blog.guilhermescardoso.com.br guilherme.silvacardoso@hotmail.com twitter.com/guilhermescard

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