DevOps Dojo: What On Earth Is That?

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Helen Beal - DevOps Institute | Bryan Finster - Walmart | Eric Chapman - Liatrio | Shaaron Alvares - T-Mobile

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A dojo is a term from martial arts that means “Place of the Way”. And according to Liatrio, ‘DevOps Dojos (Innovation Labs) lead to better products, more rapid deliveries, and higher team engagement – a whole new way of working.’ Tim Walker - ‘The Agile Tester’ believes that ‘Building a DevOps dojo might be the difference between a legacy company staying in business and being overcome by teams who have “technology birthrights” and delivering outcomes to its customers at a rate and quality that has heretofore been impossible to even comprehend.’ Sounds great - but how do they actually work, and how can companies make them a reality? Join us for Episode 5 of Day-To-Day DevOps where we explore the practical aspects of DevOps Dojos, and discuss how to measure ROI and contribution. Host: Helen Beal - Chief Ambassador - DevOps Institute Guests: Bryan Finster - Walmart DevOps Dojo Eric Chapman - DevOps Consultant, Liatrio Shaaron Alvares - Sr. Agile & DevOps Transformation Coach, T-Mobile
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