DevOps can potentially deliver massive business value to organizations. However, in order for it to deliver that type of value, organizations will have to do DevOps at scale. They have to move away from doing DevOps locally or across only their cloud-native technology stack. They have to scale DevOps across the entire IT organization.
But doing DevOps at scale to accelerate delivery of business value and increasing business impact requires organizations to work across all these three dimensions in tandem.
Watch the webinar recording as we deep dive into the three dimensions that will enable organizations to do DevOps at scale and deliver the full business impact:
Technology is foundational to enabling product teams to develop and nurture products that continually deliver value to customers and business. This means that the tool chains that facilitate the success of product teams have to be thoughtfully designed as products themselves. The business product teams and the business roadmap should guide the development and continual evolution of the DevOps tool chain product.
Process is the second dimension, enabling DevOps at scale. Some aspects of this dimension that organizations need to consider are: Doing DevOps across the IT organization, across their legacy, cloud-ready and cloud-native product value streams; breaking silos to build teams with end to end ownership -- the build it, you run it, teams.
Last but not the least, in order for organizations to do DevOps at scale, they have to focus on the people dimension. People underpin the success of DevOps at scale. Organizations need to provide the tools and means for their people to continually learn and improve their way of working. Some methods that organizations can adopt to enable continuous learning and improvement are DevOps academies and communities. With a DevOps academy, people can learn the human and technical skills to succeed in doing DevOps at scale. Complementing the role-based individual-centered learning with DevOps academies are communities of practice both internal and external. By encouraging and enabling their people to become part of internal and external communities, organizations can help in the creation and spread of practical and immediately applicable knowledge.
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"I found the DASA Enterprise Leadership Forum a great platform for people to discuss the latest and greatest trends, challenges and transformation stories in the world of Agile and Devops ways of working. The discussions were rich, diverse and insightful. Highly recommend people to tune in and learn."
Arvind Rathore, DASA Influencer, Senior Vice President Digital Engineering, Virtusa
"I had the pleasure of meeting organizational leaders from across the globe who are successful practitioners of Lean, Agile, and DevOps principles. We managed to exchange hands-on insights about how to overcome resistance when adopting DevOps, backed by sound theory and further educational recommendations. It was a pleasure to receive personalized advice on my case in the Q&A session. Highly recommendable."
Marian Draganov, Solution Consultant, SilverStorm
"I took part in the Enterprise Leadership Forum of DASA, a round table event with peers and Agile DevOps enthusiasts from across the globe. We exchanged clear and practical learnings, best practices and examples; the facilitators opened the conversation, but soon we ended up in a lively exchange between all the people present. Very insightful in a relaxed atmosphere. This hour and a half was a worthwhile investment."
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