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O palestrante Diego Monteiro no Expon 2011 fala sobre Níveis de Maturidade nas Mídias Sociais

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    ExpOn 2011 - Diego Monteiro - Níveis de Maturidade nas Mídias Sociais ExpOn 2011 - Diego Monteiro - Níveis de Maturidade nas Mídias Sociais Presentation Transcript

    • DEVOPS what’s in a word Patrick Debois - Devopsdays DownUnder 2011Friday 22 July 2011
    • DEVOPS is everywhereFriday 22 July 2011
    • DEVOPSFriday 22 July 2011
    • DEV OPSFriday 22 July 2011
    • Agile (Development) Project Mgr BUSINESS DEV TEST OPS HISTORICAL DRIVER #1Friday 22 July 2011
    • PRESSURE Agile (Development) Project Mgr BUSINESS DEV TEST OPS HISTORICAL DRIVER #1Friday 22 July 2011
    • PRESSURE Agile (Development) Project Mgr BUSINESS DEV TEST OPS HISTORICAL DRIVER #1Friday 22 July 2011
    • PRESSURE Agile (Development) Project Mgr BUSINESS DEV TEST OPS HISTORICAL DRIVER #1Friday 22 July 2011
    • PRESSURE Agile (Development) Project Mgr BUSINESS DEV TEST OPS PRESSURE ON OPS HISTORICAL DRIVER #1Friday 22 July 2011
    • Virtualization/Cloud Large Scale (Web)ops Project Mgr BUSINESS DEV TEST OPS HISTORICAL DRIVER #2Friday 22 July 2011
    • Virtualization/Cloud Large Scale (Web)ops Project Mgr BUSINESS DEV TEST OPS PRESSURE HISTORICAL DRIVER #2Friday 22 July 2011
    • People Process DEV OPS Tools 3 Layers of DEVOPSFriday 22 July 2011
    • People Process DEV OPS Tools Tool enablers: Automation and TestingFriday 22 July 2011
    • People Process DEV OPS Tools Continuous Delivery Tool enablers: Automation and TestingFriday 22 July 2011
    • People Process DEV OPS Tools Continuous Delivery Infrastructure as Code Tool enablers: Automation and TestingFriday 22 July 2011
    • People Process DEV OPS Tools Continuous Delivery Infrastructure as Code Tool enablers: Automation and TestingFriday 22 July 2011
    • People Process DEV OPS Tools Continuous Delivery Infrastructure as Code Tool enablers: Automation and TestingFriday 22 July 2011
    • People Process DEV OPS Tools Continuous Delivery Infrastructure as Code People Enablers: Multi Disciplinary CollaborationFriday 22 July 2011
    • People Developers Process DEV OPS Tools Continuous Delivery Infrastructure as Code People Enablers: Multi Disciplinary CollaborationFriday 22 July 2011
    • People Developers Sysadmins Process DEV OPS Tools Continuous Delivery Infrastructure as Code People Enablers: Multi Disciplinary CollaborationFriday 22 July 2011
    • People Developers Sysadmins Testers Process DEV OPS Tools Continuous Delivery Infrastructure as Code People Enablers: Multi Disciplinary CollaborationFriday 22 July 2011
    • People Developers Sysadmins Testers Process DEV OPS Tools Continuous Delivery Infrastructure as Code People Enablers: Multi Disciplinary CollaborationFriday 22 July 2011
    • DEV OPS Small and frequent successful iterationsFriday 22 July 2011
    • DEV OPS Small and frequent successful iterationsFriday 22 July 2011
    • DEV OPS Small and frequent successful iterationsFriday 22 July 2011
    • DEV OPS Creates a feedback loopFriday 22 July 2011
    • DEVOPSFriday 22 July 2011
    • DEVOPS Being ProfessionalFriday 22 July 2011
    • DEVOPS Being Professional Fosters CollaborationFriday 22 July 2011
    • DEVOPS Being Professional Increases Trust Fosters CollaborationFriday 22 July 2011
    • DEVOPS Being Professional Increases Trust Fosters Collaboration Generates RespectFriday 22 July 2011
    • Stop being an asshole DEVOPS Being Professional Increases Trust Fosters Collaboration Generates RespectFriday 22 July 2011
    • DEVOPS creating a cross-silo positive feedback loopFriday 22 July 2011
    • BUSINESS DEVOPS MARKET As part of the bigger feedback loopFriday 22 July 2011
    • Time to MarketBUSINESS DEVOPS MARKET As part of the bigger feedback loopFriday 22 July 2011
    • Time to MarketBUSINESS DEVOPS MARKET Faster Feedback As part of the bigger feedback loopFriday 22 July 2011
    • Time to Market Frictionless ITBUSINESS DEVOPS MARKET Faster Feedback As part of the bigger feedback loopFriday 22 July 2011
    • #1 DEVOPS Question how do I get started?Friday 22 July 2011
    • It’s no different from introducing any other changeFriday 22 July 2011
    • Tip 1 Be ready to face the critics there will be resistanceFriday 22 July 2011
    • DEVOPS is a SCAM http://teddziuba.com/2011/03/devops-scam.htmlFriday 22 July 2011
    • Critic 1 DEVOPS is nothing newAgile Scrum Kanban Reliable Engineering TestingLean Toc Systems Thinking Automation Config MgmtFriday 22 July 2011
    • Critic 1 DEVOPS true, difference is, devops actively seeks cross-silo collaboration by applying existing conceptsAgile Scrum Kanban Reliable Engineering TestingLean Toc Systems Thinking Automation Config MgmtFriday 22 July 2011
    • Critic 2 DEVOPS we’ve been doing #devops before there was a termFriday 22 July 2011
    • Critic 2 DEVOPS good for you! now that we have term we can tag/share stories. Why don’t you share yours?Friday 22 July 2011
    • Critic 3 DEVOPS is a bad nameFriday 22 July 2011
    • Critic 3 DEVOPS is a bad name akabussdevtestqanetsecsysnetopsFriday 22 July 2011
    • Critic 3 DEVOPS is a bad name aka *-opsFriday 22 July 2011
    • Critic 3 DEVOPS somehow the term stuck, it’s not important. #devops is inclusive, Think *dev*ops*Friday 22 July 2011
    • Critic 4 DEVOPS is too ops centric is too dev centric is too ...... centricFriday 22 July 2011
    • Critic 4 DEVOPS people have different backgrounds. Therefore their collaboration focus will varyFriday 22 July 2011
    • Critic 5 DEVOPS is too broad there are 20+ definitionsFriday 22 July 2011
    • Critic 5 DEVOPS Similar to cloud, but does that make it any less useful? Collaboration can take many forms. Only by doing it you realize full potentialFriday 22 July 2011
    • Critic 6 DEVOPS is too tools centric not enough business focusedFriday 22 July 2011
    • Critic 6 DEVOPS it’s NOT NOT NOT NOT NOT NOT NOT NOT NOT about the tools but tools can help collaboration it’s the way you use the tools if used for yes Monitoring Logging cross-silo devops feedback? Packaging Config Mgt no Deployment opsFriday 22 July 2011
    • Critic 7 DEVOPS is only for startups & small businessesFriday 22 July 2011
    • Critic 7 DEVOPS collaboration is easier in startups but ... large orgs need it moreFriday 22 July 2011
    • Critic 8 DEVOPS is not gonna work around hereFriday 22 July 2011
    • Critic 8 DEVOPS people said the same thing about collaboration ideas like facebook, wikipedia, wiki a horizontal mindset breaks barriersFriday 22 July 2011
    • Critic 9 DEVOPS will decrease security aka all devs have root access aka you can’t audit a continuous deploymentFriday 22 July 2011
    • Critic 9 DEVOPS repeatable process improves audit-able faster feedback prevents failure in production shared responsibility != no responsibility it’s about continuous (value) delivery not deployment multiple eyes principle appliesFriday 22 July 2011
    • Critic 10 DEVOPS will render OPS obsoleteFriday 22 July 2011
    • Critic 10 DEVOPS cloud/saas abstraction changes the context every abstraction is ‘leaky’ monitor, backup, failover, ... will occur at a different levelFriday 22 July 2011
    • Critic 10 DEVOPS the separation is blurring context changes roles collaborating specialistsFriday 22 July 2011
    • Critic 10 DEVOPS automation frees time to spend on design and on things that matterFriday 22 July 2011
    • Critic 11 DEVOPS requires ‘elite’ peopleFriday 22 July 2011
    • Critic 11 DEVOPS everybody can collaborate cross-training helps not asshole-proof thoughFriday 22 July 2011
    • Critic 12 DEVOPS nothing more than cumbaya is a buzz word and will die soon has jumped the shark has been taken over by the vendorsFriday 22 July 2011
    • Critic 12 DEVOPS surveys shows increase in collaboration is currently a differentiator and will become a giventools vendors - only fools belief tools can solve their ‘human’ level problemsFriday 22 July 2011
    • Tip 2 don’t spend too much time with the nay-sayers. focus on finding alliesFriday 22 July 2011
    • Tip 3 seek management support if not , impact will be limitedFriday 22 July 2011
    • Tip 4 pick a small project and make it work. Success builds trust better than anything elseFriday 22 July 2011
    • Tip 5 pick a problem area where there is real pain. This increases willingness for changeFriday 22 July 2011
    • Tip 6 show don’t tellFriday 22 July 2011
    • Tip 7 be bold go beyond your traditional silo is someone really stopping you ?Friday 22 July 2011
    • Tip 8 celebrate success give credit to people communicate resultsFriday 22 July 2011
    • Tip 9 measure improvementsFriday 22 July 2011
    • Tip 10 retrospective inspect and adaptFriday 22 July 2011
    • Question 1 DEVOPS should we have a separate devops team? if you have a devops team, you’re doing it wrong devops is not a jobtitleFriday 22 July 2011
    • Question 1 DEVOPS an initial change team/taskforce makes sense (temporary) the term is currently a good SEO term for hiring open minded peopleFriday 22 July 2011
    • Question 2 DEVOPS how to measure success?Friday 22 July 2011
    • Question 2 DEVOPS you can’t directly measure collaboration. (black-hole theory) measure it through other results. Increase in quality/performance/...Friday 22 July 2011
    • Question 3 DEVOPS where is the manifesto?Friday 22 July 2011
    • Question 3 DEVOPS re-read the agile manifesto with a more open mindset a specific devops manifesto is kind of counter-intuitiveFriday 22 July 2011
    • Question 4 DEVOPS how do you make it work with ITIL? does it replace ITIL?Friday 22 July 2011
    • Question 4 DEVOPS nothing in ITIL excludes collaboration most implementations became bureaucratic and avoid change. That should be uncontrolled changeFriday 22 July 2011
    • Question 4 DEVOPS Idea of an ‘reverse engineered/manual’ CMDB is changingFriday 22 July 2011
    • Question 4 DEVOPS automation drives “standard changes” tests create “objective” acceptance CAB becomes new bottleneck vs ‘Let the team decide’Friday 22 July 2011
    • Question 5 DEVOPS is there a ‘Windows’ devops?Friday 22 July 2011
    • Question 5 DEVOPS it’s not about the tools. At the tools level, Windows world has a more GUI , closed source history people are working on it.Friday 22 July 2011
    • Question 6 DEVOPS is there a devops certification?Friday 22 July 2011
    • Question 6 DEVOPS really? last thing we need is a process policeFriday 22 July 2011
    • Question 7 DEVOPS so where is the #!?#! cookbook?Friday 22 July 2011
    • Question 7 DEVOPS guiding principles Agile Lean Kanban engineering practicesFriday 22 July 2011
    • Question 7 DEVOPS it’s rather new. give us a break, we’re still collecting dataFriday 22 July 2011
    • Question 7 DEVOPS most stories are on technical/tools level testing infrastructure as code continuous deliveryFriday 22 July 2011
    • Question 7 DEVOPS need more stories on the process levelFriday 22 July 2011
    • Question 7 DEVOPS pair admin + developer developers wear pagers rotate roles/responsibilities use of kanban in ops devops and ITIL post-mortem as feedbackFriday 22 July 2011 ...
    • Question 7 DEVOPS it’s a grass roots movement. This is your chance!Friday 22 July 2011
    • Question 7 DEVOPS help us with your storiesFriday 22 July 2011
    • DEVOPS that’s what devopsdays is aboutFriday 22 July 2011
    • DEVOPS Thank you for being here!Friday 22 July 2011
    • DEVOPS Thank you for being awesome!Friday 22 July 2011
    • DEVOPS is a verb ! Enabling, Participating, Improving the feedback loopFriday 22 July 2011