We discussed the role of middle managers in leading DevOps adoption in the enterprise and scaling DevOps throughout your organization; How Conway’s law (and the “Reverse Conway’s Law”) comes into play in DevOps and in IT and developer productivity; What are some of the DevOps challenges our speakers and the conference programming committee identify, and some patterns for addressing them; the importance of community and learning from peers, and more.
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This episode features:
DevOps enthusiast, The Phoenix Project co-author, Tripwire founder, Visible Ops co-author, IT Ops/Security Researcher, Theory of Constraints Jonah, rabid UX fan.
DevOps and improving how businesses operate is my thing. SimplifyOps, DTO Solutions, my family gets all of my time. Sometimes I write at http://dev2ops.org .
Senior director for the Platform Engineering team at Target and a DevOps enthusiast. Heather has a passion for technology, building high performing teams, driving a culture of innovation, and having fun along the way.
VP @ Hearst. DevOps and Lean Leader. Lecturer and presenter. Startup Volunteer. Continuous Improvement is my path to success. Also, Gene Kim fanboy.
Cognitect, Inc. Author of Release It!, speaker.
There’s Nothing Like Learning From Peers
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On the Next Episode of Continuous Discussions...
Join us Tuesday, September 20, to discuss the role of artifact repository as part of your DevOps processes and release pipelines. The expert panel will share patterns and tips for Artifact Repository uses to support CD pipelines, distributed teams, microservices, and more.
This episode will feature:
DBAdmin & DevOps; Always ready to learn about SQL management and optimization, database source control, continuous integration and delivery
J*, G* and Public Speaking Geek with JFrog FTW.
Brian Kelly, VP of Eng at Datawire, has 20 years experience building software. He led the microservices adoption at TimeTrade, and was involved in the AMQP messaging standard.
Robert Los is one of the co-founders of BrainStam, A cloud-based Continuous Delivery platform.
Continuous Discussions (#c9d9) podcasts air every other Tuesday. See all episodes here.