DevOps Transformation Workshop for Technical Managers
Damon Edwards /
DevOps problems, by their very nature, are organizational issues. DevOps problems live in the “white spaces” between people and groups. Like all organizational issues, it’s ultimately the responsibility of management to solve DevOps problems.
It’s no easy task to manage a DevOps transformation initiative. Not only are you addressing people, process, and tooling issues that span multiple silos, you are also balancing current business commitments, resource constraints, and good old fashioned human dynamics.
Where do you start? What are the traps you’ll need to avoid? What are the best practices to adopt? How do you work across roadblocks like functional silos and entrenched culture? And ultimately, how do you avoid this becoming another failed transformation project that could put you or your business at risk?
DTO Solutions repeatedly addresses these issues across it’s diverse client base. Either as coaches, architects, or change agents, stepping up to the responsibility for making DevOps transformations successful is at the heart of DTO’s business.
I don’t normally use this form to directly promote the services of DTO Solutions. But I believe that this is a special case as it is a unique offering that I’ve seen make a positive impact for our clients.
DTO Solution’s has taken it’s best practices and methodology for managing DevOps transformations and turned it into a 2-day workshop for managers. What was previously only available to client’s within broader engagements is now available as a stand alone public class.
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