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The Seven DevOps Sins

  1. 1. The Seven DevOps Sins @tomcudd
  2. 2. Is DevOps Good?
  3. 3. Is DevOps Evil?
  4. 4. DevOps, a Philosophy
  5. 5. DevOps, a Practice
  6. 6. DevOps, a Pain
  7. 7. The DevOps Sin of Lust
  8. 8. Shiny!
  9. 9. Choose Boring Tech •http://boringtechnology.club/ •https://mcfunley.com/choose -boring-technology
  10. 10. The DevOps Sin of Gluttony
  11. 11. DevOps All the Things!
  12. 12. How To Eat an Elephant?
  13. 13. Dependency Hell You Are Here
  14. 14. Dependency Hell https://dro.deakin.edu.au/view/DU:30049080
  15. 15. Dependency Hell https://github.com/FocusedObjective/FocusedObjective.Resources/blob/master/Canvas%20and%20Forms/Dependencies.pdf
  16. 16. Automate
  17. 17. The DevOps Sin of Greed
  18. 18. Cost of Delay From: Lean Enterprise
  19. 19. Mind Map
  20. 20. The DevOps Sin of Sloth
  21. 21. Idle Time
  22. 22. Project Aristotle
  23. 23. Google
  24. 24. Lean Enterprise
  25. 25. The DevOps Sin of Wrath
  26. 26. Interruptions
  27. 27. Kanban
  28. 28. WIP Limits “Part of the purpose of WIP limits is to reveal opportunities for improvement. Imposing WIP limits will focus attention on work which is blocked or hard to complete, since our inability to complete it prevents us picking up new work. At this point it’s tempting to relax WIP limits to make sure ‘something is getting done’” “It’s essential to avoid this temptation and address the sources of the problem instead.” – LEAN ENTERPRISE
  29. 29. Stop
  30. 30. Tyranny of the Immediate
  31. 31. Why Isn’t This Done Yet?
  32. 32. The DevOps Sin of Envy
  33. 33. Eisenhower Matrix Urgent Not Urgent Important Do this work: • Finish a time sensitive project • Complete benefits enrollment • Provide info to unblock other teams Schedule this work: • Next quarter planning • Sprint/scrum activities • Training Not Important Delegate this work: • Automatable tasks • Research new services for teams to use • Ticket queue eval, prioritization Delete this work: • Checking Twitter
  34. 34. X Does it, Why Can’t We? https://fontmeme.com/netflix-font/
  35. 35. The DevOps Sin of Pride
  36. 36. DevOps
  37. 37. DevOps Sells Itself!
  38. 38. Why Must I Explain It?
  39. 39. Westrum Cultures
  40. 40. Pathological
  41. 41. Bureaucratic
  42. 42. Generative
  43. 43. Now What?
  44. 44. Learn
  45. 45. The Phoenix Project Unicorn
  46. 46. Accelerate
  47. 47. Experiment
  48. 48. Adapt
  49. 49. Care and Act
  50. 50. Success!
  51. 51. Tolstoy! “Everyone thinks of changing the world, but no one thinks of changing themselves.” - Leo Tolstoy
  52. 52. The Seven DevOps Sins @tomcudd

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