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  • Why DevOps Now Means Business
    Why DevOps Now Means Business
    Logan Daigle, Director, DevOps Strategy and Delivery Recorded: Jun 18 2019 47 mins
    According to a recent Agile/DevOps survey, many DevOps initiatives are not delivering significant business benefits. The perception is that IT is running some really cool DevOps "science projects", but customers either don't notice or don't care. One major reason is DevOps initiatives are optimized for IT/engineering outcomes, not business outcomes, as evidenced by significant occurrence of anti-patterns such as:

    • Focusing on shiny objects versus focusing on business objectives
    • DevOps seen as a specialization versus a shared cultural mindset
    • Done at deployment versus continuous value delivery, learning, and experimentation
    • Building and automating a CI/CD pipeline versus improving flow through the entire value stream

    One proposed approach is to apply DevOps to the end-to-end value stream and build a culture of continuous delivery across the entire organization that entails building a continuous delivery pipeline that directly enables business outcomes that are aligned to value delivery.
  • De-Risk Faster Software Delivery with DevOps & Focus on Value Delivery
    De-Risk Faster Software Delivery with DevOps & Focus on Value Delivery
    Logan Daigle, Director DevOps Strategy and Delivery, CollabNet VersionOne Recorded: Feb 19 2019 56 mins
    As digital disruption continues to change the world, and as software becomes a bigger part of every company’s ability to deliver and support their products and services, enterprise face the need to react to customer demands and needs faster with digital solutions. The ability to have visibility of work flowing from idea to business value delivery is paramount for enterprises to transform themselves into a value-driven organization. Come see how you can map, visualize, measure and optimize the flow of value from concept to cash.

    About the Speaker:

    Logan is the Director of DevOps Strategy and Delivery with CollabNet VersionOne. He has been involved with providing and implementing DevOps solutions since 2011. He has development and DevOps experience in the military, government, healthcare, retail, and finance industries. Logan has a passion for being Agile, doing DevOps well, and using agile engineering practices to build, test and deploy software. His experiences have been in support of both Windows and Linux infrastructure, and many tools that are key to the success of applications in both. He is currently focusing on evangelizing in the technology community to bring DevOps to the masses. You can follow Logan on Twitter @TheDevOpsGuru.

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