Whitlock and TecVeris Announce Their New DevOps ValueFirst Workshop
Whitlock and our long-time business partner TecVeris, are pleased to announce our NEW DevOps ValueFirst Workshop.
This workshop is focused on a major convergence in Lean Agile methods and DevOps. This convergence, adopted by a growing number of companies, inevitably improves traditional development and on-going operations.
Our Workshop is collaborative, informative and helps you make decisions on how to get started. We offer training, coaching and support services to pilot and launch a tailored DevOps Program with options for additional Agile transformation and coaching as a small pilot or enterprise wide initiative.
To help you determine if our new Workshop is worth your time and investment, you may want to ask yourself these questions:
- Are the infrastructure and operations teams part of the development process?
- Are investments in new development tools far outpacing automation software, and software for deployment, monitoring, information security and infrastructure services?
- Are your development practices scalable and sustainable?
- Do deployments create bottlenecks for assurance teams impacting quality and security?
- Is there a fire drill approach to major rollouts and support incidents?
If you are facing any of these challenges then our DevOps ValueFirst Workshop will get you started on a roadmap for implementing DevOps in your organization.
Please contact us if you have any questions; we look forward to discussing this with you, and to tailoring a workshop that’s best for you and your company.
What is DevOps? The continued practice of teaming software developers with IT operations to improve process efficiency and fast-track deliverables.
Where did DevOps come from? John Allspaw and Paul Hammond gave a talk “10 Deploys a Day: Dev and Ops Cooperation at Flickr” at the 2009 O’Reilly Velocity Conference, which was later seen by Patrick Debois who started the first “devopsdays” in Belgium.
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