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What Does DevOps Culture Feel Like?

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In this webinar we'll explore what is DevOps culture, why it's important, and how it differs from many typical organisational cultures and why. We'll see some simple things we can do to help nurture a ...

In this webinar we'll explore what is DevOps culture, why it's important, and how it differs from many typical organisational cultures and why. We'll see some simple things we can do to help nurture a DevOps culture within our organisations, and investigate some collaboration and team patterns which can help to change behaviour to encourage DevOps to flourish.

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  • DevOps and Culture are two terms frequently misunderstood – we’ll define what they mean in the context of this presentation
  • Since 2011, I have been the Build & Deployment Architect at thetrainline.com, the UK’s busiest travel booking website.Speaking regularly at conferences
  • Topology – on the ground

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  • Matthew Skelton 25th October 2013 What Does DevOps Culture Feel Like? Hosted by UNICOM Seminars http://blog.unicom.co.uk/ @matthewpskelton experiencedevops.org
  • Agenda • Introduction – DevOps – Culture • • • • Common Experiences Team Topologies DevOps Culture in Practice Questions
  • Background • Software systems since 1998 • Books – Software Operability – Windows Package Management • London Continuous Delivery meetup group - londoncd.org.uk • Experience DevOps workshops
  • Introduction
  • DevOps • Not – Infrastructure Automation – New word for SysAdmin – Devs „doing‟ Ops – Ops „doing‟ Dev – ...
  • DevOps • CAMS – Culture – Automation – Measurement – Sharing • Set of practices for rapid, reliable software delivery
  • The „Culture Iceberg‟ Gene Kim - http://slidesha.re/1a4pjSR
  • Culture • “a set of shared mental assumptions that guide interpretation and action in organizations by defining appropriate behavior for various situations ” (Ravasi & Shultz, 2006) http://www.jstor.org/stable/20159775
  • Common Experiences
  • Team Objectives
  • Defence vs Attack?
  • DevOps Culture Feels Like • A sports team playing to win – Multi-part objectives • Score points • Defend – Success comes from the shared, joint objectives – Optimising for only points or defence is not effective
  • In Sync?
  • In Sync
  • DevOps Culture Feels Like • A band of musicians – In time, in tune, „in the groove‟  – Different specialisms, one goal
  • Progress vs Maintenance
  • Progress vs Maintenance
  • DevOps Culture Feels Like • A reliable vehicle – Repairs done, journeys completed – Optimising for either repairs or progress is not effective
  • Team Topologies
  • Topology shapes interactions
  • Topology shapes interactions
  • Further Reading • http://wp.me/p22rdq-dx • http://slidesha.re/1bl3DUS
  • DevOps Culture in Practice
  • THEM!
  • THEM!
  • Pairing – Devs and Ops
  • Version Control for All ™
  • First-Class Operability
  • Devs On Call
  • No More Budget Battles
  • Summary
  • DevOps Culture Feels Like • A sports team playing to win – Multi-part objective: score, prevent loss • A band of musicians – In time, in tune, „in the groove‟ • A reliable vehicle – Repairs done, journeys completed
  • DevOps Culture Feels Like • Never „them‟ or „they‟ – „Us‟ or „we‟ instead • Ops pairing with Devs on code – Logging, monitoring, <operability> • Ops using version control (!) • Devs concerned with operability • No „project code‟ or budget conflicts
  • What‟s Next?
  • The Phoenix Project
  • DevOpsDays • • • • • • • • • • • • Ghent Sydney Mountain View Hamburg ... Tokyo Tel Aviv Atlanta New York Portland Vancouver Barcelona • devopsdays.org
  • DevOps Summit • • • • Amsterdam, November 2012 London, May 2013 Amsterdam, November 2013 Bangalore, December 2013 • devopssummit.com
  • Experience DevOps • A hands-on workshop for DevOps culture • @ExperDevOps • Forthcoming dates: – London: 29 October 2013 – Amsterdam: 15 November 2013 • experiencedevops.org
  • Matthew Skelton @matthewpskelton experiencedevops.org Questions & Discussion UNICOM Seminars http://blog.unicom.co.uk/
  • Acknowledgements 3 wheels: http://villageenterprise.org/wpcontent/uploads/2012/08/3-wheels1.jpg Alarm clock: http://paranoidnews.org/wpcontent/uploads/2010/10/Alien-Hunt-Alarm-Clock.jpg Animal on drums: http://2.bp.blogspot.com/koVVOhTQqsg/Tw0fHSUu5xI/AAAAAAAAJU0/rEgAgwm0 Hy0/s1600/Animal+drums.jpg Battle scene: http://www.nationalforest.org/visit/images/location/Bos worth_Battle1.jpg Dinosaur oil check: http://www.dinosaur-toys-collectorsguide.com/images/RTO-OilCheck-blog.jpg Football pitch: http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/en/c/ca/780pxCounter-attack.PNG Football team: http://www.theage.com.au/ffximage/2005/03/18/19n_u nited_wideweb__430x282.jpg Oil change: http://nissanservicegreenville.com/wpcontent/uploads/2013/03/oil-change.png Pairing: http://qablog.practitest.com/wpcontent/uploads/2010/10/pair_work.jpg RATM: http://media.musicfeeds.com.au/files/085e4bc1c1d03f2 97fd307107b172f7f.jpg SCM logos: http://kevinpelgrims.com/blog/files/images/2012/07/vc_ logos.png THEM! Film still: http://mikesirota.files.wordpress.com/2012/03/athem.jpg THEM! Poster: http://www.standbyformindcontrol.com/wpcontent/uploads/2012/12/Them-Poster.jpeg?9d7bd4