WORKSHOP - Team Design for DevOps & Effective Software Systems
The emergence of DevOps highlighted the gap between how software gets developed and how software gets delivered and operated.
For effective software systems we now face the need to organize our teams in ways that maximize throughput but also quality and predictability.
Taking account of Conway’s Law, we look to match the team structures to the required software architecture, enabling or restricting communication and collaboration for the best outcomes.
In this half day workshop you will learn how to design your organization for DevOps and modern software systems, covering topics such as:
- fundamental team structures and anti-types;
- how and when to use them;
- dynamics of team design and evolution;
- how to apply team design to maximize DevOps benefits.
On completion of the workshop, you should have a sound understanding of
which team structures to apply in different circumstances and why.
ATTENDANCE LIMITED to 12 participants for a better experience.
Manuel Pais is an independent DevOps and Delivery Consultant, focused on teams and flow. As member of DevOps pioneers Skelton Thatcher Consulting, Manuel has helped large organizations in finance, legal, and manufacturing adopt test automation and continuous delivery, as well as understand DevOps from both technical and human perspectives. Also DevOps lead editor for InfoQ. Co-curator of DevOpsTopologies.com. Co-founder of DevOps Lisbon meetup. Co-authoring the book Team Guide to Software Releasability. Blogs @medium.
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