The Human Side of DevOps: People, Culture and Teamwork

Presented by

Helen Beal - DevOps Institute | Matt Saunders - Adaptavist | Terry Brennan - Orasi | Jayne Groll - DevOps Institute

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'Taking care of the technology side of the continuous delivery equation is nothing compared to getting the people part of it right', says Computer Weekly. Join us for episode 4 of Day-to-Day DevOps, where Helen Beal and guests take a closer look at the 'people part', and explore what it really means to be a human in DevOps. From discussing best practices for establishing a truly collaborative, empathetic and successful environment, to sharing tips to overcome the inevitable friction and conflict that will arise, this month's episode will look at: - How to ensure the business understands the need for a supportive and united culture - How to avoid burnout and why work-life balance in the DevOps team matters to business success - Real-world examples of companies and teams that have 'done DevOps right' Host: Helen Beal - Chief Ambassador, DevOps Institute Panellists: Matt Saunders - Head of DevOps, Adapatvist Jayne Groll - CEO, DevOps Institute Terry Brennan - Managing Director, Orasi Software

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