This slide deck is about the production-readiness of software. First it explains why production-ready is more important than just feature-complete.
Then it takes a quick detour to DevOps. It explains the core ideas of DevOps and how this talks relates to the concepts of DevOps (by simulating the feedback loop from ops to dev while the wall between dev and ops still exists).
After this detour the needs of the administrators from the ops department are briefly described and the challenges that arise from that for developers who want to provide production-ready software.
Based on those challenges a selection of design principles are described (mostly in terms of topics to take care of in the design and implementation process). While not being complete by far, taking care of the topics described on these slides are a huge step towards production-ready software based on my experience.
Of course all the information from the voice track is missing, it is slides only. Even though the slides just carry a fraction of the information, I hope they will still contain some good pointers for you that help you to create better production-ready software.