Decoding DevOps Conference - Learn & Explore What it is
In the last few years, the concept of a customer focused approach to delivery continuous value from IT projects is getting classified as DevOps.
While there no single standard or a knowledge base for DevOps adoption, many organizations have successfully adopted the essential concepts of DevOps to make their IT infrastructure robust and resilient as well as the software solutions also scalable and stable.
Research shows that some of the benefits seen by organizations that have adopted DevOps include:
DevOps is usually defined as what it is not, rather than what it is – since the implication and approaches of DevOps is very contextual for each organization.
We bring you the first comprehensive two-day conference on ‘Decoding DevOps’ on 15-16 April, 2015, in Bengaluru.
Check this link http://infoseption.com/conf/html/ddindex.html
We have lined up a powerful group of speakers – including thought leaders, practitioners and enabling technology providers – who would share their experiences, provide inputs for you to internalize these concepts and also be available for interactive discussions.
This conference is technology or methodology agnostic and will give you a comprehensive exposure to various aspects to start or accelerate your DevOps journey.
The conference will cover basic to intermediate levels of depth in various sessions.
It is intended to address many of the essential knowledge requirements of CIOs, CTOs, Enterprise architects, IT Infrastructure architects, Designers, Developers, Testers, DBAs, Systems and Network administrators and Information Security professional
Traditional Ops teams vs. DevOps teams for similarly sized companies:
hose should have gained your attention. For anyone still harboring uncertainty, here are some additional DevOps statistics to take you over the top regarding organizations that implement DevOps:
The implementation of a DevOps culture into any organization requires an updated approach to the ways that organizations process data. Rather than having development teams deliver software to operations that invariably returns it for repair after field-testing, both teams collaborate from the beginning. The result is a straight line from start to finish as opposed to arcs and zigzags displayed on traditional ops charts.