Learn the first steps needed to control the chaos with basic automation and greenfielding, and incorporate basic agile techniques like ticketing, standups, and iterations.
- So Karthik and I got started on our DevOps…transformation of Red 30 technologies.…- But we couldn't just start boiling the ocean.…Old habits don't change overnight.…You have to lay a foundation and find a place to start.…- [Man] That's right, so we formed a Greenfield team…composed of both developers and operations staff…to prove out some of these new approaches.…- Our new team had grown used to conflicting priorities,…projects that drag on, interruptive multitasking,…and not knowing what anyone else was doing.…Dozens of 90% completed projects littered…the department's landscape.…
Would ours be next?…- There are some basic disciplines that we had…to insist on upfront.…All work had to be ticketed in our ticketing system,…and all code had to go into source control.…That's just basic table stakes.…- Then, we offered up a couple of practices…from the scrum (mumbles)…which would ease our pain the quickest.…- [Man] The first practice was a quick team meeting…every day to share what each person did,…what they plan to do tomorrow,…
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- What is agile?
- What is lean?
- Measuring success
- Learning and adapting
- Building a culture of metrics
- Continuous learning
- Advanced concepts