DevOps initiatives can create cultural changes in companies by transforming how different roles collaborate during the development and delivery processes and beyond. There is a big focus on tools and tech in the DevOps community. But, if you can’t get critical groups to work together, having the best tools won’t save your DevOps transformation from failure.
So, how do we know if we collaborate well enough to get the desired outcomes? Do our processes foster it or prevent it? What do we need to change to achieve our goals? This track allows DevOps practitioners to share ideas and experiences around using data to answer these questions.
@jpaulreed and @markusandrezak do a cool trick of merging workshops to bring even more value to attendees. It worked really well! @devops_con #devops pic.twitter.com/SQcPrn4YSF
— Hades Architect (@HadesArchitect) May 31, 2018
DevOps Transformation Day with @jpaulreed! A comprehensive overview of the complex, encompassing DevOps landscape; hands-on exercises to rethink organization’s challenges through DevOps lens & tools to kick-start DevOps adoption. #DevOpsCon18 pic.twitter.com/PUTFenSXrz
— Devops Con (@devops_con) 28. Mai 2018
Docker, Kubernetes & Co
Maximize development productivity
Build, test and deploy agile
Cloud-based & native apps
Handle the complexity of microservices applications
DevSecOps for safer applications
Radically optimize IT
Overcome obstacles on the road to DevOps
Showing how technology really works