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What’s the point of dev/ops? What’s the point of dev/ops? Presentation Transcript

  • What’s the point of dev/ops? Michael Coté, RedMonk @cote | PeopleOverProcess.com
  • Background, or, Hello! • Michael Coté –Industry Analyst - RedMonk.com/cote/ –RedMonk follows developers, ops, & practitioners –Content & research is all free at RedMonk.com –Former developer at ISVs, startups, BigCo’s. • John Willis –OpsCode, VP of Services, Evangelism, etc. –IT Management expert, cloud & dev/ops convert –Independent Tivoli expert, once slept on a Cray –JohnMWillis.com • Both: IT Management & Cloud Podcast 2
  • Conclusions • Beginning - Developer’s phase of cloud hasn’t started for the mainstream yet • Apps - Applications are what matters, infrastructure is just cost-savings & enablement • Systems Think - Treat operations as part of your application • Agile - Frequent Functionality; ops bottle-neck 3
  • Cloud technologies drive dev/ops • Cloud is the tipping point • Consumerization of IT - catering to the user • Re-architected infrastructure to focus on app delivery, not enterprise perfection • The continuation of Agile Development, into production 4
  • Help the Morlocks • Operations people are only doing what we tell them to • But we’ve told them to resist change, slow change • Understand their position • Give them tools & culture to deliver smaller releases, more often 5
  • Pragmatically applying dev/ops • Make users happy 1. Automated infrastructure • Frequent Functionality 2. Shared version control 3. One step build and deploy • Apps vs. Applications 4. Feature ags 5. Shared metrics • Beyond tracking suffering 6. IRC and IM robots • Data aggregation 1. Respect 2. Trust • Self-service 3. Healthy attitude about failure 4. Avoiding Blame • Mobile & “non-PC” * flickr @ Velocity 2009 * More tomorrow at 10:45 in Room 5 6
  • Finally... • Tell users to ask for more • Visibility to understand costs • Bring them into the process • Use dev/ops to get closer to the user, not the code “The computer is a moron.” -Peter Drucker 7
  • Thanks! (Now, John will talk about real stuff.)