DevOps Transformation Day
29. November 2021
1 Tag – 6 Experten – 6 Sessions
What's the DevOps Transformation Day about?
DevOps is fundamentally changing the IT world and leads the way to a successful business transformation. At the DevOpsTransformation Day, DevOps experts and thought leaders from around the world come together to share their insights. Join them in inspiring sessions to learn how you can push your DevOps skills to the next level.
Why you should join the Tranformation Day
The latest State of DevOps Report showed that the the middle layer of DevOps evolution (78%) is stagnant; people are getting stuck in their DevOps journeys. Teams need the keys to unlock their progress and break through the barriers that are in their way. They need to accelerate their performance and improve team health using indicators like cycle time and value realisation. They need tools that provide data on how they are doing – not just in terms of automation, but also in terms of cultural health. They need insights to show them the actions that will get them unstuck.
Helen Beal is a DevOps and Ways of Working coach, Chief Ambassador at DevOps Institute, and ambassador for the Continuous Delivery Foundation. She is the Chair of the Value Stream Management Consortium and provides strategic advisory services to DevOps industry leaders such as Plutora and Moogsoft. She is also an analyst at Accelerated Strategies Group.
She hosts the Day-to-Day DevOps webinar series for BrightTalk and the Value Stream Evolution series on TechStrong TV. She speaks regularly on DevOps and value stream-related topics, is a DevOps editor for InfoQ, and also writes for a number of other online platforms.
She regularly appears in TechBeacon’s DevOps Top100 lists and was recognized as the Top DevOps Evangelist 2020 in the DevOps Dozen awards and was a finalist for Computing DevOps Excellence Awards’ DevOps Professional of the Year 2021.
Metrics are one of the most sufficient ways to measure whether your team, project, product, and your organization are doing well or not. Metrics and measurements are used to forecast problems and help resolve issues early on.
While organization vision and employee expectations are usually high-level and vague, metrics give concrete instructions and expectations guidelines for each group and each employee. Therefore, they are driving behavior and culture.
In this talk, we will explore the impact of metrics on humans’ behavior and discuss do’s and don’ts that can help organizations drive better metrics and better culture for great alignment and performance.
Liat Palace is on a mission to help organizations transform. Until recently, Liat led the Amdocs agile and DevOps transformation – an organization with over 27,000 employees and spreads over 85 countries.
Educated as a developer with more than 20 years of experience in the software industry, she has served as a Scrum Master and Agile coach. Today, she is leading a group of DevOps coaches and Technology enthusiasts.
Now she helps multi-million projects with thousands of employees to embrace collaborative culture, growth mindset, continuous learning, implement process betterment, and technical excellence.
Matteo Emili, Avanade UK
It’s all about labels these days – AI, Containers, DevSecOps. Many people claim to ‘do it’, very few *actually* do.
Take DevSecOps: On face value, it’s about adding Security practices to DevOps. But how do you measure the value derived from it? And also – how do you make sure you are not disrupting your team in the process?
In this session we are going to deep dive into why you don’t need a label to add these practices, and how to introduce sustainable solutions to implement in your build and release pipelines in order to achieve a higher security standard across your projects without hampering your teams.
Matteo Emili has been a Microsoft MVP since 2010.
He is passionate about technology, but it is not his only interest – what really makes him tick is how technology acts as a tool to solve a complex business problem, ultimately bringing benefits to the company.
Regular speaker at conferences and meetups, he enjoys sharing back with the worldwide technical communities – especially about ALM, Agile and DevOps.
DevOps has transformed the way we deliver software to our customers. But for teams in regulated industries, manual change management processes still put a delay on releases. For these teams, automating change management as part of the DevOps process is the next frontier. This talk will show how and why to automate change controls and release documentation with security and traceability built in.
Mike Long is Founder and CEO of Merkely, a DevOps tooling company. People enthusiast. Previously ex-CTO @Praqma & Architect @SLB.
Garima Bajpai, Capital Carbon Consulting
Crowd-sourcing sounds interesting and is a new form of collaboration within the DevOps community. Through this talk, I intend to highlight the DevOps features “to do” list that DevOps Champions, leaders, and entrepreneurs are working on. There are backlog items for DevOps; we will explore how crowdsourcing can help ideate, develop, and deliver these new features.
Strategic intent and vision for crowdsourcing innovation has to be defined early. Bring your own DevOps feature is only the starting point. The talk will highlight other exciting ways to incorporate crowdsourcing from ideating a roadmap to validation of new features.
From a crowdsourcing perspective, it is equally important to understand and engage the right persona types. We will discuss the methodologies and tools available and how to leverage them. Lastly, we will highlight aspects of designing incentives for crowdsourcing, to leverage the unconventional way of exploring new dimensions about the problem as well as the solutions.
Garima Bajpai is Global DevOps Ambassador at the DevOps Institute, co-founder of DevOps Meetup community Canada, co-organizer of DevOps Summit Canada, mentor & coach at Women in Leadership for WCT-FCT, and is executive advisor for capital carbon consulting.
Her key areas of expertise are leading strategic change initiatives to address key business opportunities connected to emerging technologies and 5G readiness, organizational transformation, and ecosystem building. Additionally, assessing sensitivity & financial impact analyses to monitor and evaluate the financial performance on proposed strategies.
Benjamin Franklin said that the only certainties in life are death and taxes. Not one of us can predict everything that happens to us each day with 100% certainty.
Despite all this uncertainty, we face continual pressure to be certain… especially when it comes to forecasting. Well, that pressure is going nowhere. Instead, we must learn to accept this paradox and learn new techniques to achieve success. One such technique is probabilistic forecasting.
Sounds scary, right? Well, the amazing news is that you don’t need to be a statistician. You don’t even need to be good at math! All you need is a small amount of data and a calculator (a simple one at that).
In this talk we’ll explore how to use your historical data and calculate the probability of any future outcome. We’ll also answer some of the frequently asked questions about probabilistic forecasts. You’ll also have time to ask your own questions on the topic.
Julia Wester is a cofounder of 55 Degrees in Malmö, Sweden – a Lean/Agile software and training company. Their flagship product, ActionableAgile Analytics, is used by teams worldwide. Before co-founding 55 Degrees, Julia spent 18 years working in and managing high-performing teams at companies such as Turner Broadcasting, F5 Networks, and LeanKit. In addition to her day job, Julia is on the advisory board of ProKanban.Org and is a course steward for the Professional Scrum with Kanban course at Scrum.Org.
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