Engineering Value: The history that gave us DevOps and Continuous Software Delivery

Thursday, October 12, 2017

12:00 pm EDT  |  11:00 am CDT  |  10:00 am MDT  |  9:00 am PDT

DevOps is all the rage, but there is still much misunderstanding about how one can realize the promises of DevOps in one’s own organization. Fortunately, the DevOps movement is rooted in principles much deeper than buzzwords.

Before the terms “Agile” and “DevOps” became common monikers, lessons from previous engineering endeavors were forming a rich source of lessons and methodologies to fuel both movements. However, often the tie is not made between those precursor lessons and the seemingly “new” principles and practices of DevOps. This presentation will review those foundations, explaining why they are so critical to any organization which hopes to realize success with DevOps or Agile principles at scale.

Presented by: Chris Knotts