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DevOps with Artificial and Augmented Intelligence

AI has officially entered the domain of DevOps. Forbes notes that “Startups offering AI-powered software development tools raise $704M over 12 months ending September 2019, according to a Deloitte report published earlier this year.” Gartner also predicts that ‘40% of DevOps teams will be using application and infrastructure monitoring apps that have integrated artificial intelligence for IT operations (AIOps) platforms by 2023.’


In episode 14 of Day-to-Day DevOps we’re taking a look at what’s behind the rise of AI in DevOps and how DevOps teams can create strategies and frameworks that use AI to deliver value.

Join Helen Beal and guests to learn:

- How AI is accelerating DevOps
- The ways the people behind DevOps benefit from AI being incorporated into the practice, including helping developers with time-consuming tasks
- How AI and Augmented Intelligence can help improve code and bug detection
- How to get started with integrating AI into your DevOps set-up
- And more


Hosted by Helen Beal - Chief Ambassador, DevOps Institute

Guests:
- Adam Frank - VP, Product & Design, Moogsoft
- Richard Knaster - Chief Scientist, Digital.ai
- Peter Maddison - Founder, Xodiac
Recorded May 17 2021 60 mins
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  • DevSecOps in a Cloud, Containers and Kubernetes World Part 2 Sep 13 2021 3:00 pm UTC 60 mins
    Helen Beal - Chief Ambassador at DevOps Institute and Guests
    In August 2020, Day-to-Day DevOps looked at trends, predictions and insights around DevSecOps adoption in a ‘Cloud, Containers and Kubernetes World’. One year on, and as the world starts to open up again and hybrid workplaces become the new iteration of the office, we’re revisiting those trends and predictions to address the state of DevSecOps in 2021.

    Join Helen Beal and guests as they share:
    - Key learnings from the past 12 months from DevSecOps teams
    - What a DevSecOps mindset looks like in 2021
    - What the embracing of cloud technologies and applications during the pandemic has meant for DevOps and SecOps teams
    - What the best practices are to protect your Kubernetes environment without compromising agility
    - And more
  • DevOps, Value Flow and Realization Jul 12 2021 3:00 pm UTC 60 mins
    Helen Beal - Chief Ambassador at DevOps Institute and Guests
    Value Stream Mapping (VSM) is a process that enables teams to create detailed visualizations of all the stages in a work process, right through from supplier to customer. In 2021, VSM and value flow is increasingly gaining traction as they help to drive enterprise agility and faster time to value.

    However, it’s not always clear what Value Stream Mapping is and what it entails. In episode 16 of Day-to-Day DevOps, host Helen Beal and guests are here to change that. They’ll be sharing:

    - What Value Stream Mapping is - and what it isn't
    - The benefits of Value Stream Mapping
    - What a DevOps value stream can bring to DevOps teams
    - The first steps to establishing Value Stream Mapping in your organization
    - What challenges you may encounter and how they can be overcome
    - Success Stories
    - And more
  • Measuring Success During DevOps Evolution Recorded: Jun 14 2021 61 mins
    Helen Beal - DevOps Institute | Steve Christinson - ITRS | Nadeem Augustine - Old Mutual | Anshul Lalit - Kongsberg Digital
    Measuring success in DevOps is not always easy, with many teams struggling to define what they should measure and how it can lead back to proving value to the business. In episode 15 of Day-toDay DevOps, Helen Beal and guests are here to help.

    From how metrics should be visualized to how can they be automated and objective, join us to hear:

    - The metrics you should focus on and those you shouldn’t
    - How the right metrics can help you optimize DevOps and prove business value
    - Best practices for metric roll-out strategies that ensure success and keep teams engaged
    - What to measure at different stages of DevOps evolution - and why it matters
    - And more

    Panelists:
    - Nadeem Augustine - Head of Devops & Release Management at Old Mutual
    - Steve Christinson - CTO at ITRS
    - Anshul Lalit - Director, DevOps & Quality Management at Kongsberg Digital
  • DevOps with Artificial and Augmented Intelligence Recorded: May 17 2021 60 mins
    Helen Beal - DevOps Institute | Adam Frank - Moogsoft | Richard Knaster - Digital.ai | Peter Maddison - Xodiac
    AI has officially entered the domain of DevOps. Forbes notes that “Startups offering AI-powered software development tools raise $704M over 12 months ending September 2019, according to a Deloitte report published earlier this year.” Gartner also predicts that ‘40% of DevOps teams will be using application and infrastructure monitoring apps that have integrated artificial intelligence for IT operations (AIOps) platforms by 2023.’


    In episode 14 of Day-to-Day DevOps we’re taking a look at what’s behind the rise of AI in DevOps and how DevOps teams can create strategies and frameworks that use AI to deliver value.

    Join Helen Beal and guests to learn:

    - How AI is accelerating DevOps
    - The ways the people behind DevOps benefit from AI being incorporated into the practice, including helping developers with time-consuming tasks
    - How AI and Augmented Intelligence can help improve code and bug detection
    - How to get started with integrating AI into your DevOps set-up
    - And more


    Hosted by Helen Beal - Chief Ambassador, DevOps Institute

    Guests:
    - Adam Frank - VP, Product & Design, Moogsoft
    - Richard Knaster - Chief Scientist, Digital.ai
    - Peter Maddison - Founder, Xodiac
  • Cloud-Native DevOps: Speed, Scale, Efficiency Recorded: Apr 19 2021 61 mins
    Helen Beal - Chief Ambassador at DevOps Institute | Gadi Naor - Rapid7 | Raghu Thummisi - Radware
    According to IDC, 80% of application development will occur on cloud platforms using 2021. The benefits of cloud-native applications - including automation, flexibility and faster time to market - can be championed and scaled with a cloud-native DevOps set-up.

    But what is cloud-native DevOps? And how is it different from ‘standard’ DevOps?

    Join us for episode 13 of Day-to-Day DevOps to find out. Host Helen Beal, Chief Ambassador of DevOps Institute, and guests will be discussing:

    - What makes cloud-native DevOps different from other DevOps iterations
    - The business benefits of agile, resilient and observable cloud-native DevOps
    - How the automation and scalability benefits of Kubernertes and containers can supercharge your DevOps teams
    - Cultural changes that cloud-native DevOps requires
    - And more

    Guests:
    Venkat Thummisi - Global Cyber security Market Strategist at Radware
    Gadi Naor - VP, Software Engineering, Cloud Security at Rapid7
  • Humans and Machines - Where's The Gap? Recorded: Mar 15 2021 60 mins
    Helen Beal - DevOps Institute | Zack Wood - Fidelis | Judy Ryan - Lifework System | Don White - Agility Science
    The Enterprise DevOps Skills Report of 2019 found that the top three attributes needed in the DevOps space are automation, process skills - and most importantly, soft skills. While new technology and processes are always evolving and improving the way developers and IT operations teams work, one thing is for certain - it is the people that ensure success.

    In episode 12 of Day-to-Day DevOps, we’re exploring how DevOps teams can bridge the gap between humans and machines to create truly best-in-class collaboration and problem solving, and ensure happiness at work.

    Join us live as we cover:
    - What humans can do that machines can’t in DevOps
    - How to harness your soft skills to achieve success
    - The SKIL framework and what it can bring to your operations
    - And more

    Guests:
    Zack Wood - Sr. Cloud Systems Architect at Fidelis
    Judy Ryan - CEO, Lifework Systems
    Don White - CEO - Agility Science
  • DevSecOps: The 2021 Cyber Threat Landscape Recorded: Feb 22 2021 60 mins
    Helen Beal - DevOps Institute | Gemma Allen - Barracuda | Ameet Naik - PerimeterX | Ben Zilberman - Radware
    “COVID-19 created an opportunity to drive innovation and build a DevSecOps culture that emphasizes speed and agility while integrating security seamlessly throughout the software lifecycle”, according to DevProJournal. With the impact of the pandemic felt across all job departments and industries, it’s time we take a closer look at what these opportunities are and how they are influencing the 2021 cyber threat landscape.

    Join us for episode 11 of Day-to-Day DevOps, where host Helen Beal and guests will share what DevSecOps and DevOps teams must know about DevSecOps in 2021. They’ll be discussing:

    - Tips to create more open and communicative DevSecOps teams across the SDLC
    - What threats teams need to be aware of to ensure that applications are protecting data, brands and customers
    - How to effectively plan and embrace discipline by incorporating SAST tools into development processes
    - Why teams must test like attackers, not defenders
    - And more


    Guests:
    - Gemma Allen - Consulting Solutions Architect at Barracuda
    - Ameet Naik - Director of Product Marketing at PerimeterX
    - Ben Zilberman - Director of Product Marketing at Radware
  • ChatOps: Use Cases for the New Normal Recorded: Jan 11 2021 59 mins
    Helen Beal - DevOps Institute | Anurag Sharma - Zensar | Eric Maxwell - xMatters
    ChatOps is defined by Atlassian as ‘a collaboration model that connects people, tools, process, and automation into a transparent workflow.' A term credited to GitHub, ChatOps has been changing the game of conversation-driven development by bringing DevOps teams into chat rooms to type commands for chatbots to execute.

    Whether it’s a code deployment or a response to a security threat, configuring a chatbot to execute tasks traditionally assigned to humans has meant teams can now automate tasks and collaborate in real-time - a gift in an age of increased remote working and uncertain futures.

    Join us for episode 11 of Day-To-Day DevOps where host Helen Beal and guests share everything you need to know about ChatOps, how to integrate it into your set-up and essential use cases. Topics of discussion will include:

    - The benefits of visibility across who has done what and when
    - Why combining automation and collaboration can be the key to sustained DevOps success
    - How ChatOps enables DevOps and IT Teams to spend less time creating tickets and navigating them, and more time fixing real problems

    Host:
    Helen Beal - Chief Ambassador, DevOps Institute

    Guests:
    Anurag Sharma - Product Manager, Zensar Technologies Netherlands
    Eric Maxwell - Solutions Architect, xMatters
  • DataOps: Making Sure Everyone Has The Right Data at the Right Time Recorded: Nov 23 2020 61 mins
    Helen Beal - DevOps Institute | Garima Bajpai - Capital Carbon | Matthew Weaver - Objectivity | Chris Bergh - DataKitchen
    The global big data market is projected to grow from USD 138.9 billion in 2020 to USD 229.4 billion by 2025. But with the data economy becoming ever more vast - and valuable - comes increasing pressure on companies to stay competitive by maintaining and managing complex data environments.

    Born as a result of this, DataOps has been an emerging trend of 2020, advocating a more instinctive connection of people to data and giving them the tools to innovate and thrive in the digital economy. But how do businesses - and DevOps teams - embrace this emerging trend and make it workable, and scalable, for them?

    Join episode 9 of Day-To-Day DevOps where we get to grips with DataOps and discuss questions including:

    - What is DataOps and what problems is it trying to solve?
    - How do we get DataOps up and running?
    - What is the importance of individuals and interactions, as well as tools and processes, in DataOps?
    - And more

    Guest experts:
    - Chris Bergh - Founder, DataKitchen
    - Garima Bajpai - Executive Board Member, Capital Carbon Consulting
    - Matthew Weaver - Consultancy Director, Objectivity
  • DevOps Culture Special: Exploring Culture, Neuroscience and the Workplace Recorded: Oct 26 2020 61 mins
    Helen Beal - DevOps Institute | Stephen Walters - xMatters | Darwin Sanoy - GitLab | Simone Jo Moore - Framework Mixologist
    There is no doubt that an open, collaborative culture is crucial to DevOps success - and it’s something the industry prides itself on. But in August 2020, Forbes questioned whether it was time for DevOps culture to “have a reality check”.

    In industry bible “The Phoenix Project”, Gene Kim illustrates that what really sets exceptional DevOps teams apart from merely ‘good’ ones is a commitment to continuous learning - about tools, processes and what really drives and empowers team members. Is embedding a commitment to continuous learning in DevOps teams the reality check Forbes called for?

    Join us for episode 8 of Day-To-Day DevOps, where host Helen Beal and guest experts look at how a DevOps culture of openness, honesty and intrepidness - and the wider business - can be bolstered by dynamic, continuous approaches to learning.

    Topics of discussion will include:
    - Why a “growth mindset” as opposed to a “fixed mindset” can be the ‘secret sauce’ for an exceptional DevOps team
    - How to make your DevOps team a welcoming space for learning
    - The tangible and intangible benefits to the business of championing continuous learning

    Guest experts:
    - Stephen Walters - Solutions Architect, xMatters
    - Darwin Sanoy - Senior Solutions Architect, Alliances at Gitlab
    - Simone Jo Moore Service - Framework Mixologist & Human API
  • AIOps: Visibility, Observability and Telemetry in DevOps Recorded: Sep 28 2020 61 mins
    Helen Beal - DevOps Institute | Will Cappelli - Moogsoft | Casey Zandbergen - ITRS Group | Mark Woods - Splunk
    Enterprise use of AIOps and digital experience monitoring tools to monitor applications and infrastructure will rise from 5% in 2018 to 30% in 2023, according to Gartner. Is AIOps also in the future of DevOps?

    Join episode 7 of Day-To-Day DevOps where host Helen Beal and guests explore this question and look at how AIOps is impacting visibility, observability and telemetry in DevOps.

    Questions the panel will answer will include:
    - How does AIOps help businesses scale, leaving DevOps teams free to concentrate on mission-critical tasks?
    - How do DevOps engineers put machine learning tools to use? And with what results?
    - How does AIOps help DevOps teams improve the customer experience and maximise business success?

    Guest speakers:
    Will Cappelli - Field CTO, Moogsoft
    Casey Zandbergen - Head of Strategy at ITRS Group
    Mark Woods - Director of Technology and Innovation at Splunk
  • DevSecOps in a Cloud, Containers and Kubernetes World Recorded: Aug 24 2020 60 mins
    Helen Beal - Chief Ambassador at DevOps Institute | Alan Murphy - F5 | Gemma Allen - Barracuda | Mark Peters - Technica
    Results from the RightScale 2019 State of the Cloud Report found that “Container use is up, and Kubernetes use is skyrocketing. The use of Docker containers continues to grow, with adoption increasing to 57 percent from 49 percent in 2018. Kubernetes achieving even faster growth, increasing from 27 percent to 48 percent adoption.”

    With the increasing move to Kubernetes and beyond, it's essential that DevSecOps best practices are incorporated. Join episode 6 of Day-To-Days DevOps, where host Helen Beal will be chatting to guests from the world of DevSecOps, cloud, containers and Kubernetes about:

    - How to shift left to a DevSecOps mindset
    - What the best practices are to protect your Kubernetes environment without compromising agility
    - Practical tips to overcoming the challenges of implementing DevSecOps in the cloud

    Guests include:
    Gemma Allen - Cloud Solutions Architect, Barracuda
    Alan Murphy - Senior Product Manager, F5
    Mark Peters - Lead Information Assurance/Security Engineer, Technica
  • DevOps Dojo: What On Earth Is That? Recorded: Jul 20 2020 62 mins
    Helen Beal - DevOps Institute | Bryan Finster - Walmart | Eric Chapman - Liatrio | Shaaron Alvares - T-Mobile
    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
  • The Human Side of DevOps: People, Culture and Teamwork Recorded: Jun 22 2020 61 mins
    Helen Beal - DevOps Institute | Matt Saunders - Adaptavist | Terry Brennan - Orasi | Jayne Groll - DevOps Institute
    '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
  • DevOps and Value Stream Flow Recorded: May 18 2020 60 mins
    Helen Beal - DevOps Institute; Jeff Keyes - Plutora; Steve Pereira - The Value Stream Guy; Julian Fish - Micro Focus
    Why should DevOps teams use Value Stream Mapping? Join Helen Beal and guests in Episode 3 of Day-to-Day DevOps to hear why.

    From providing greater context and clarity with data and visuals, to creating more accurate traceability throughout the entire SDLC and encouraging cross-functional collaboration, VSM and DevOps done right can lead to greater QA and release/operations and reveal real business benefits.

    Helen will be joined by:

    - Jeff Keyes - VP, Product - Plutora
    - Steve Pereira - The Value Stream Guy
    - Julian Fish - Director of Product Management, Micro Focus
  • DevOps and SRE: Friend or Foe? Recorded: Apr 27 2020 60 mins
    Helen Beal - DevOps Institute | Craig Pearson - Creative Agile Partners | Mark Rendell - Accenture | Maya Ber Lerner - Quali
    Whilst some organizations believe that the SRE model can benefit DevOps teams, some prefer to embrace one or the other - even pitting the two methodologies up against each other.

    Join us for episode 2 of Day-To-Day DevOps, where we take a closer look at why this may be, the challenges it causes, and what silver linings can emerge when both movements work together to enable automation and reliability.

    Host Helen Beal, Chief Ambassador at the DevOps Institute, is joined this month by:

    - Mark Rendell - Principal Director, Accenture
    - Maya Ber Lerner - CTO, Quali
    - Craig Pearson - Director, Creative Agile Partners
  • The Current State of DevOps Recorded: Mar 23 2020 61 mins
    Helen Beal - Chief Ambassador at DevOps Institute; Savinder Puri; Marc Cluet; Jamal Walsh
    DevOps isn't a journey, it's a destination.

    And with some saying that DevOps is starting to reach maturity, we think it's time to take a closer look at what DevOps means in 2020. Topics discussed and questions asked will include:

    - How do you think DevOps is different now that when you first discovered it?
    - What’s the biggest challenge you think organizations are facing in adopting DevOps practices today?
    - Do you see AI replacing some of the roles in DevOps?
    - How have you effectively coached senior management and grounds-up personnel in an enterprise on DevOps?
    - With the COVID19 pandemic, how well do you think DevOps teams will collaborate?
    - What do budgets look like when we do DevOps?


    Join the inaugural episode of Day-To-Day DevOps with host Helen Beal and special guests:

    - Savinder Puri - DevOps Evangelist at Zensar Technologies
    - Marc Cluet - Technical Practice Lead for Nationwide Digital Accelerator and Organiser of London DevOps, DevSecOpsDays London and Doxelona
    - Jamal Walsh - Senior Solutions Architect at the Very Group and DevOps Institute Ambassador
The Current State of DevOps Explored and Explained
DevOps’s impact on software development - and on the bottom line - cannot be underestimated. In 2020, it’s safe to say that DevOps is here to stay. However, many practitioners believe that the full benefits of DevOps have not yet been uncovered or properly communicated. In this series, we will explore the challenges and opportunities DevOps presents, how best to realize them, and how to turn process into profit.

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