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devopsdays Austin - no true devops

  1. no true devops a tale of cognitive bias and logical fallacy with Andrew Clay Shafer - @littleidea
  2. Three Stone Cutters walk into a Pareto Inefficient Nash Equilibrium…
  3. @littleidea’s practical Guide to Devops that one weird trick
  6. Language Defines US
  7. ssh BASH TCP/IP LAN Lun Idempotence? ACL HTTP SAN TLS
  8. TDD CI SPRINT CD Velocity law of DEMETER? pairing stories user kanban
  9. tribal signalING
  10. EBITA NPV P&L RFP IRR IPO Margin ROI Profit M&A
  11. Who is a devops?
  12. some of my best friends are devops
  13. Who is Smart? CLEVER? Resourceful?
  14. who was born a developer?
  15. who was born a sysadmin?
  16. who has a degree? Computers? Business? science? Math? something ELSE?
  17. who is really good with a sword?
  18. what is a server?
  19. if we fought with real swords... can you kick my ass?
  20. one who serves
  21. Onna-bugeisha apologies if I overuse gendered pronouns unapologetic war metaphors
  22. different talk
  23. History of Samurai 702 AD Taihō Code - ‘samurai’ lower half of aristocracy, bureaucratic civil servants. ‘samurai’ would not have military connotations for almost 2 centuries between 9th and 12th century, rise of Shogunate and warrior samurai class 1274 AD and 1281 AD - Mongol’s invade Japan, THIS CHANGES EVERYTHING... 1584-1645 AD - Miyamoto Musashi, The Book of Five Rings 1876 AD - The samurai lose their profession and the right to wear swords. The samurai position as a special class ended after ~1000 years. brief and probably wrong
  24. ‘According to our manner of fighting we must first call out by name someone from the enemy ranks, and then attack in single combat...’ ‘But the Mongols took no notice at all of such conventions...’ --Hachiman Gudokun
  25. The Samurai had no practical experience against hardened armor, showering arrows or mass maneuvering troops but they had a strong Incentive to learn really fast
  26. ‘samurai’ no longer a birthright
  27. It is said the warrior's is the twofold Way of pen and sword, and he should have a taste for both Ways --Miyamoto Musashi
  28. the way Do not think dishonestly. The Way is in training. Become acquainted with every art. Know the Ways of professions. Distinguish between gain and loss in worldly matters. Develop intuitive judgement and understanding for everything. Perceive those things which cannot be seen. Pay attention even to trifles. Do nothing which is of no use. with these nine weird tricks
  29. devops is simple, not easy
  30. Who are WE?
  31. don’t limit me with Labels
  32. I don’t CARE If you ‘DEVOPS’
  33. NOW IS THE TIME the golden age of devops?
  34. ‘But the Mongols took no notice at all of such conventions...’
  35. nothing lasts forever Think lightly of yourself and think deeply of the world. --Musashi
  36. The object isn't to do devops, it's to be in that wonderful state which makes devops inevitable. --Robert Henri
  37. what’s NEXT?
  38. always Opportunity for those who can reason about complex systems
  39. don’t limit yourself
  40. @littleidea come at me