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DevOps Counseling: 10 ways to help your Dev and Ops people resolve their differences and learn to love each other again
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DevOps Counseling: 10 ways to help your Dev and Ops people resolve their differences and learn to love each other again

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One of the practices encouraged by DevOps is the creation of cross-functional delivery teams that contain all of the skills necessary to bring software from concept to production. In the enterprise, ...

One of the practices encouraged by DevOps is the creation of cross-functional delivery teams that contain all of the skills necessary to bring software from concept to production. In the enterprise, unfortunately, development and operations teams have historically been separate groups; each with their own management, reporting, tools, and practices. Bringing these teams closer together involves a clash of cultures & values that can be both disheartening and unhelpful.

This presentation provides the top ten tips for helping development and operations people overcome their differences and start truly collaborating on the practices necessary to create and run great software.

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DevOps Counseling: 10 ways to help your Dev and Ops people resolve their differences and learn to love each other again DevOps Counseling: 10 ways to help your Dev and Ops people resolve their differences and learn to love each other again Presentation Transcript

  • DevOps Counselling
  • The counsellor
  • Lowering the risk of change through tools and culture
  • Focus oninteractions
  • Focus oninteractions
  • Be gentle http://www.flickr.com/photos/wwiggins/95263888
  • Focus oninteractionsBe gentle
  • Focus oninteractionsCelebratetogether Start with Agile
  • Focus oninteractionsBe gentle Start with Agile
  • Focus oninteractionsCelebratetogether Start with Agile Think end to end
  • Focus oninteractionsBe gentle Start with Agile Think end to end
  • Review incentives
  • Focus oninteractionsBe gentle Start with Agile Think end to end Review incentives
  • Change agents andsponsors
  • Focus on Change agents andinteractions sponsorsBe gentle Start with Agile Think end to end Review incentives
  • Trust and access http://www.flickr.com/photos/piston9/2435576586/
  • Focus on Change agents andinteractions sponsorsBe gentle Trust and access Start with Agile Think end to end Review incentives
  • Focus oninteractions Celebrate together
  • Focus on Change agents andinteractions sponsorsBe gentle Trust and access Celebrate together Start with Agile Think end to end Review incentives
  • Products notprojects http://www.flickr.com/photos/un_photo/3311480927/
  • Focus on Change agents andinteractions sponsorsBe gentle Trust and access Celebrate together Start with Agile Products not Think end to end projects Review incentives
  • Getting started
  • Focus on Change agents andinteractions sponsorsBe gentle Trust and access Celebrate together Start with Agile Products not Think end to end projects Review incentives Getting started
  • As-is IT Ops (Unix, DB, Network) Development Teams (Dev, BA, Tester, PM)
  • Embedded Ops Closer collaboration, reduced reliance on central functions
  • Joint team Develops shared tooling and infrastructure
  • Devs on rotation Better understanding, joint responsibility
  • Focus on Change agents andinteractions sponsorsBe gentle Trust and access Celebrate together Start with Agile Products not Think end to end projects Review incentives Getting started
  • PlayUp - Embracing the new black
  • 1. Getting StartedJoint Team
  • 2. Add Change Agent + Think end-to-end
  • 3. Start with Agile
  • Challenges and Lessons Learnt1. Connect to product teams2. No agile support3. Staffing and rotation4. Change your modelResults1. Tech - Awesome AWS Deployment Scripts2. Culture - Senior OPS stakeholder bats for DevOPS
  • finEvan Bottcher John Viner