The potential of DevOps for cloud

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A talk delivered by Dr Timothy Cockle at Cloud Control: Implementing Cloud Computing 2014, a seminar hosted by Civil Service World and Eduserv. Topics covered include what is DevOps and how you can get started.

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  • The potential of DevOps for cloud

    1. 1. DevOps Dr. Timothy Cockle Business Manager – Applications and Development, Eduserv
    2. 2. www.eduserv.org.uk Welcome… A little about me & A little about you!
    3. 3. What is DevOps?
    4. 4. www.eduserv.org.uk Change is good Different mind-set Different tools Different objectives Stability is good vs
    5. 5. www.eduserv.org.uk DevOps is A professional movement Not a new team or position But is removing silos NB: Proceed with respect
    6. 6. www.eduserv.org.uk Why?
    7. 7. Cloud enables change Evolution of IT: Cost centre, enabler, how we deliver Digital Transformation Paradox: Change and stability Requires tighter integration Cloud flexibility Get more from your kit – additional environments at reduced costs
    8. 8. Getting Started!
    9. 9. In General… Educate Experiment Learn
    10. 10. A good place to get people going… Deployment Automation A mix of low-level tools and full-on frameworks Configuration Management Infrastructure as code and keeping change managers happy Monitoring Improve development and support – become more proactive Scheduling & Documentation Joined up working, joint ownership
    11. 11. Leadership… When is it lacking & what does it provide? Vision and direction Highlighting important matters – securing support for change? Who can be a leader … and can leadership manifest through a process
    12. 12. “We are what we repeatedly do. Excellence then is not an act but a habit.” Aristotle
    13. 13. Questions Comments & For reading list & notes feel free to e-mail tim.cockle@eduserv.org.uk

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