Learn how DevOps sprang from both agile and Lean, being an outgrowth of agile operations that was then influenced by Lean principles.
- At this point, DevOps is over a decade old.…It's come a long way over the years…and has it's roots in the principles of Agile and Lean.…- It was at the Agile conference in 2008,…where Andrew Shafer and Patrick DuBois…started a conversation about Agile infrastructure,…after Patrick's presentation on Agile infrastructure…and operations.…- At the time Agile infrastructure was an idea…to develop infrastructure in the same way…developers had been building their code in an Agile way.…Patrick went on from there to found the first DevOps Days…conference in Ghent, Belgium.…
- [Peco] If you're new to DevOps,…here's how we've defined it at theagileadmin.com.…- [Ernest] DevOps is the practice of operations…and development engineers participating together…in the entire service lifecycle,…from design through the development process…to production support.…- [Peco] Tom Limoncelli, the author of…"The Practice of Cloud System Administration,"…says that DevOps is the application…of agile methodologies to a system administration.…
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- What is agile?
- What is lean?
- Measuring success
- Learning and adapting
- Building a culture of metrics
- Continuous learning
- Advanced concepts