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The What and Why of DevOps - DevOps Cardiff - May 2014

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The inaugural DevOps Cardiff meetup where the DevOpsGuys presented on the What, Why and Anti-patterns of DevOps.

The inaugural DevOps Cardiff meetup where the DevOpsGuys presented on the What, Why and Anti-patterns of DevOps.

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  • 1. DevOps MeetUp DevOps Meetup – Cardiff @TheDevMgr May 14
  • 2. • Monthly – 1st Wednesday of every month • Topic suggestion • Case Studies • Volunteer speakers • Sponsorship 10 May 2014 Welcome to DevOps Meetup Cardiff
  • 3. • James Smith - Co-Founder, DevOpsGuys • Microsoft (arrrggghh) developer for over 15 years. • Built eCommerce systems for Dell, Pizza Hut, KFC, RA etc • Trasaction over $150 million in revenue every year. • Love Belgian Trappist beers. 10 May 2014 Quick introduction
  • 4. • Continuous Integration, Delivery, Deployment • Infrastructure As Code • Monitoring/ Metrics /Sharing • Culture Change 10 May 2014 Possible Future Topics
  • 5. • 6.30 PM – Registration • 7.00 PM – Talks • 8.00 PM – Pizza • 9.00 PM - Pub 10 May 2014 Tonight
  • 6. So what is DevOps? 10 May 2014
  • 7. “It's a movement of people who think it's time for change in the IT industry - time to stop wasting money, time to start delivering great software, and building systems that scale and last.” - Patrick Debios (@patrickdebois) 10 May 2014 From the founding father
  • 8. • Better Software, Faster • Pride in the Software You Build and Operate • Ability to Identify, Respond and Improve Business Needs 10 May 2014 The Essence of DevOps
  • 9. • Movement Comes from Open Source • When Development and Operations Synergise • Covers the *entire* Application LifeCycle 10 May 2014 The Essence of DevOps
  • 10. 10 May 2014 The Application Lifecycle
  • 11. • Everyone who influences the success of the application • Everyone • No really, everyone 10 May 2014 It’s about everyone
  • 12. 10 May 2014 Development has changed
  • 13. 10 May 2014 DevOps Influences DevOpsAgile Lean Deming Toyota (TPS) • Muri • Mura • Mudi • Kaizen Goldratt ToC
  • 14. 10 May 2014 Key Thinkers DevOpsJohn Allspaw (@Allspaw) Jesse Robbins (@jesserobins) Gene Kim (@realgenekim) Patrick DeBois (@patrickdebois) Jez Humble (@jezhumble) Gareth Rushgrove (@garthr) John Willis (@botchagalupe) Damon Edwards (@damonedwards)
  • 15. 10 May 2014 Who’s getting it right…
  • 16. The WHY of DevOps DevOps Meetup – Cardiff @TheOpsMgr May 14
  • 17. • Steve Thair - Co-Founder, DevOpsGuys • Steve loves website operations and managing high-performing WebOps teams for major UK online brands. • Originally from Perth, Australia 10 May 2014 Quick introduction
  • 18. DevOps is an alternative model for the creation of business value from the software development life- cycle that encompasses a product-centric view across the entire product life-cycle (from inception to retirement) and recognises the value in close collaboration, experimentation and rapid feedback.” - http://blog.devopsguys.com/2014/04/16/devops-organic-versus-transformational-devops/ 10 May 2014 A brief recap of “WHAT”…
  • 19. #1: Agile Photo Credit: Foter
  • 20. 10 May 2014 http://pipelineconf.files.wordpress.com/2014/04/davefarley-rationaleforcontinuousdelivery.pdf #1.5: Agile works better
  • 21. #2: Cloud Photo Credit: Foter
  • 22. #3: Shadow IT Photo Credit: Source: TJJohn12, Flickr
  • 23. Shadow IT 1 “Gartner predicts that in less than three years, 35% of enterprise IT expenditures will happen outside of the corporate IT budget.” http://www.computerworld.com/s/article/9226415/The_Upside_of_Shadow_IT?pageN umber=1 23
  • 24. Shadow IT 2 “Results of PricewaterhouseCoopers' Digital IQ Survey indicate that at 100 of the companies PwC ranks as "top performers," IT controls less than 50% of corporate technology expenditures.” http://www.computerworld.com/s/article/9226415/The_Upside_of_Shadow_IT?pageN umber=1 24
  • 25. 10 May 2014 #4: Rate of Change http://www.stratabridge.com/2012/01/the-growth-control-paradox/rate-of-change-jack-welch/
  • 26. Rates of Change – part two… 300 Deployments / Year 50-60 Deployments / Day 10+ Deployments / Day Every 11.6 seconds http://www.slideshare.net/grabnerandi/london-web-perfugperformancefocuseddevopsfeb2014
  • 27. 10 May 2014 Photo Credit: RealAlexJones via Compfight cc
  • 28. So WHY DevOps then? OK, things are screwed but why is DevOps the answer
  • 29. 10 May 2014 Empirical Evidence… http://blogs.ca.com/innovation/2013/09/13/go-big-on-devops-to-go-big-on-business-value/
  • 30. DevOps Anti-Patterns 10 May 2014
  • 31. “An anti-pattern is a common response to a recurring problem that is usually ineffective and risks being highly counterproductive.” - Wikipedia 10 May 2014 The Anti-Pattern
  • 32. #1: DevOps is a Process Photo Credit: smileham via Compfight cc
  • 33. #2: Agile = DevOps Photo Credit: psd via Compfight cc
  • 34. #3: The big rebrand Photo Credit: Source: Harry Engels/Getty Images Europe
  • 35. 10 May 2014 #4: Yet another silo Photo Credit: twob via Compfight cc
  • 36. 10 May 2014 #5: The hostile takeover Photo Credit: RealAlexJones via Compfight cc
  • 37. • Visible Ops Handbook (Gene Kim) • The Phoenix Project (Gene Kim) • Web Operations (Allspaw/Robbins) • Continuous Delivery (Humble/Farley) • Lean Startup (Eric Reis) 10 May 2014 Resources