Three Practices for Effective DevOps Adoption
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A couple of years ago, Endava realized that the difficulties in DevOps adoption are never the automation technology but rather the ways-of-working, which require a much more fundamental change in people's behavior and culture.
Over the years, as Eoin helped his clients progress their DevOps journeys, he found that there are three practices that have been repeatedly useful in helping successful DevOps adoption.
The practices are (real) agile development, incubator teams and pipelines. In this talk, Eoin will briefly review all three, discuss why they facilitate successful DevOps adoption and talk in a bit more depth about incubator teams, which may be less familiar to attendees than the other two.
In this talk, you'll learn:
- How the three practices — agile development, incubator teams and pipelines — are useful in helping successful DevOps adoption
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