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Continuous Reliability

March 30, 2019

Continuous Reliability

Congratulations, you decided to adopt one of the agile methodologies. You have implemented the CI/CD workflow with boards, sprints, standups, and retrospectives with all the bells and whistles. So, what is wrong? Why are you still struggling with errors and unpredictable expectations? Maybe you think you are not agile enough or maybe there is a missing link in your CI/CD workflow. It is time to talk about Continuous Reliability - the key principle for success with agile. Join this session to tackle challenges and pitfalls in adoption of agile principles through real-life cases. Let’s talk how can the Continuous Reliability principle strengthen the software development process from planning, management execution, development, testing and delivery perspective, aligned to customer and request management, continuous integration, automated tests, and continuous delivery with highest level of stability. All through examples that reflect on team practices and cultural changes.


March 30, 2019

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  1. Continuous Reliability
    Dejan Dimitrovski, Product Owner
    [email protected]

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  2. Reliability is the probability of
    failure-free operation of a system
    over a specified time within a
    specified environment for a
    specified purpose.
    - formal definition

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  3. Agile software development is a
    group of software development
    methods in which solutions evolve
    through collaboration between self-
    organizing, cross-functional teams.

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  5. Best principles & values
    learned from an Enterprise SaaS journey

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  17. Mindset
    Tools and
    Less visible – more powerful
    More visible – less powerful
    Can be adopted in
    command and control
    Requires cultural and
    structural changes
    Move toward learning

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  18. 30 March 2019
    Feedback time
    Questions & answers

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  19. 30 March 2019
    Thank you!
    Follow us @ https://culture.singular.uk/
    [email protected]

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