Do you feel your organization, your team, and yourself are focusing on the right things or are you overwhelmed by the thousands of tasks that you need to do? What do you need to get your organization, your team, and yourself to continuously improve to get to the point of doing the things right?
Going open is the best way to support your organization’s transformation. Going open is applying the principles of the open organization. Open is the antidote of the lack of focus and the lack of continuous learnings that is ailing organizations today.
What are the differences between a centralized organization and an open organization? Learning about these differences can help you advance your objectives in your digital transformation.
The open source development model is the root of the Open Organization. The diversity the open source model brings is an endless source of inspiration to transform your organization--and this is what this session will expose.
Attendees will leave this session learning:
Notable differences between conventional organizational structures and open organizational structures,
How to apply an open organization model to your team in the context of your digital transformation,
Ways to get inspired to transform your organization,
How to set priorities and focus on doing the right things.
❖ Portable. Kubernetes runs everywhere -- public cloud, private cloud, bare
❖ General-purpose. Kubernetes should run all major categories of workloads,
❖ Meet users partway. Kubernetes doesn’t just cater to purely greenfield
cloud-native applications, nor does it meet all users where they are,
❖ Flexible. Kubernetes functionality can be consumed a la carte,
❖ Extensible. Kubernetes enables you to integrate it into your environment
and to add the additional capabilities you need, by exposing the same
interfaces used by built-in functionality,
❖ Automatable. Kubernetes aims to dramatically reduce the burden of
❖ Advance the state of the art. While Kubernetes intends to support
non-cloud-native applications, it also aspires to advance the cloud-native
and DevOps state of the art, such as in the participation of applications in
their own management.