started formulating the term DevOps. Main consideration being increased feedback loops between business, software delivery and operations. • DevOps << Development IT Operations • CAMS : Culture, Automation, Measurement, Sharing soon became, CALMS ~ Lean CAMS Now even Wikipedia has a decent description ( after loads of revision ) around the Idea. Go read. Form your own opinion. idea? John Willis said Jez Humble added
retro ◦ one product one team ~ you build you run (amazon) ◦ trust your people or stop being agile • team ◦ mixed stand-ups ◦ devs rotation for tasks, collaborating all the time ◦ devs and ops, both on release call and alert panel
retro ◦ one product one team ~ you build you run (amazon) ◦ trust your people or stop being agile • team ◦ mixed stand-ups ◦ devs rotation for tasks, collaborating all the time ◦ devs and ops, both on release call and alert panel • personal ◦ broaden perspective beyond localhost ◦ find a common ground between change and stability ◦ automate and measure every aspect of ecosystem
them ◦ evaluate scalability over size, geo-location & time ◦ analyze current practices and the shift required • development ◦ repeatable and reliable ◦ reviewable and rapid ◦ resilient and robust • delivery ◦ automate the automation ◦ secure the security ◦ pin the lynchpin, and get rolling
requirements, less testing, bureaucracy, slow communication • Amplify Learning instead of adding to documentation or planning, try & learn • Decide as late as possible until they can be made on facts not assumptions. Set-based development flow allows better solutions. • Deliver as fast as possible, without speed decisions can't be delayed. • Empower the team, find capable people and let them use their capability. Enable their access to customer. • Build integrity in product quality, keep it flexible, maintainable, efficient & responsive. Solve requirements simultaneously as the information flows in both direction, not sequentially. • See the whole... larger the system, the more organizations &/or teams involved, greater the importance of having well defined relationship. A part of strong team is much more beneficial than minimum interaction departments.