Posts Tagged DevOps
A simple description of DevOps is such: ‘An approach to Application Delivery that applies Lean principles to accelerate feedback and improve time to market’ What does this mean? In a nutshell it implies that DevOps is a set of principles and practices that enables an organization to make their delivery of applications ‘lean’ and efficient, […]
My thoughts on how ‘Lean Thinking’ techniques can be leveraged to help identify ‘bottlenecks’ in your delivery pipeline that can be addressed by adopting DevOps. More Information here: DevOps: Where to Start? DevOps: Mapping your Delivery Pipeline DevOps: Demo of Delivery Pipeline mapping exercise
At the recent IBM Innovate conference I had the opportunity to interview DevOps guru Gene Kim. Gene was there as the keynote speaker at the conference. Gene also participated on a panel, that I had the opportunity to join him on (more on that in a later post). Here is our short interview. We discussed […]
As we look at enterprises adopting DevOps (yes, enterprises are adopting DevOps, in droves), the question regarding outsourcing always comes up. Many (read: most) enterprises have at least some of their application delivery or IT operations outsourced to an external vendor. This may be the traditional ‘offshoring’ where work is offloaded to an external, offshore […]
Slides from IBM Innovate 2014. Delivered by myself and Eric Minick. IBM Innovate – Uderstanding DevOps from Sanjeev Sharma
I had the opportunity to deliver the keynote address at the 1st CampDevOps in Boulder, CO, on May 20th 2014. The event was organized by devops.com, in association with GlueCon. Slides are available here: CampDevOps keynote – DevOps: Using ‘Lean’ to eliminate Bottlenecks from Sanjeev Sharma Related DevOps posts are available here.
IBM Impact is IBM’s premier conference focussed on ‘IT and Business Leadership’. Traditionally this conference is owned and driven by the WebSphere brand in IBM Software Group. Over time, however, the focus has grown to include not just Business Process and integration, but also Mobile (from IBM MobileFirst), Cloud (from IBM PureSystems, Softlayer and C&SI […]