DevOps, Chapter 2
What do you do after you’ve started adopting DevOps principles? Our clients tell us they want to track value across their delivery pipeline and optimize their investment in the automation of delivery and quality. People have been adopting DevOps for several years. Adoption is widespread and now organizations are questioning how they optimize DevOps to realize the value of their investment in this change of culture. An optimized DevOps approach to software delivery is critical as businesses are moving to a new stage of innovation. They are no longer just experimenting with emerging technologies like artificial intelligence—they are embedding them in their business. They are using a mix of container platforms like Openshift and multi-cloud environments to manage all of their critical data and applications. They want to work with more partners and need to be able to depend on the fast delivery of reliable software. In this session, James Hunter will explain how successful realization of the value of DevOps emerges from three primary axes: orchestration, quality and optimization, and discuss how the core components of DevOps support this through the practices of continuous integration and delivery, continuous testing and value stream management.