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Tools exist for a reason

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DevOpsDays Oslo 2016. Ignite talk by Anton Babenko.

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Tools exist for a reason

  1. 1. Tools exist for a reason
  2. 2. I am Anton Babenko I enjoy AWS, DevOps and Solution Architecture You can find me at github.com/antonbabenko Hello!
  3. 3. “ Many tools are there for various types of jobs, but we just want to have business growing. How? Not what.
  4. 4. Your perspective What for? 1
  5. 5. Your own concerns ◉ Goal ◉ Skills ◉ Budget
  6. 6. Lots of options What if... 2
  7. 7. What is important? Small team + few tools: ✅ Small learning curve ✅ Use boring, free, open-source tools
  8. 8. What is important? Large team + few tools: ✅ Over-engineered solutions ✅ Evaluate where other tools fit better
  9. 9. What is important? Small team + many tools: ✅ Requires automation and orchestration ✅ Consider using SaaS to reduce maintenance
  10. 10. What is important? Large team + many tools: ✅ Facilitate knowledge sharing (avoid silos) ✅ Evaluate real use-case scenarios only ✅ Don’t be impressed by all the features
  11. 11. Many tools require good DevOps culture !
  12. 12. Try hard before you build your own! Know your needs Explore externally
  13. 13. Think about costs… License Hosted vs managed (build vs buy) Overall cost
  14. 14. Think about community… Chances to fail
  15. 15. Think about community… Chances to fail Community size and quality Support options
  16. 16. Think about community… Chances to fail Community size and quality Support options Development activity
  17. 17. Think about fit… Compatibility
  18. 18. Think about fit… Compatibility Extendability
  19. 19. Summary “Start small, evaluate, iterate” “Less is more” “You are not so special, sorry” Explore communities
  20. 20. You can find me at ◉ linkedin.com/in/antonbabenko ◉ anton@antonbabenko.com Thanks!

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