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Something massive was set in motion when Flickr a decade ago showed how they could deploy into production 10+ times a day. A bigger audience became aware of CI/CD, build and deployment pipelines, microservices, containers and proper use of automation, but unfortunately by many DevOps was seen only as a technological feat.
If you roam through the internet for articles, attend relevant conferences or in general talk with people, DevOps is often reduced to its technological dimensions. How it entwines into the structures of business, leadership, people, culture, architecture, company image, feedback and yes, even testing, is however something that unlocks the full potential of DevOps.
In this session we dig deep into that everything else you need to do in DevOps.
00:36 Evolution of information tech
02:24 Table of DevOps tools
06:50 Teaming up around DevOps
10:50 Another way to do DevOps team
11:52 How you can test?
12:46 Software starts within the idea
13:17 Idea vs. Reality
15:39 Focus points of company image
19:54 Testing exercise: How would you test this testing requirement?
24:42 Tester is a person who asks questions
26:50 DevOps transformation leadership
31:43 Maturity model. How it worked in a certain context
32:43 What kind of values are you chasing if someone talked about anti-fragile
Have you had fun in this conference some nodding heads? 00:02 I did I I loved Lena's presentation. 00:07 It can't mean down. 00:12 I've done a few of these myself and I usually get nervous. 00:14 But presentation like leanness. 00:19 Help Maine get my Zen phon so I'm only all the zone now but yeah. 00:19 Let's start with the history lesson. 00:32 Information. 00:35 Technology evolution or history whatever. 00:35 According to some theorists, it started. 00:41 All the way back. 00:45 Through the 1800s? 00:45
With the Jacquard loom. 00:49 It was this machine that had these punch cards. 00:49 Fed into the system and that the machine created intricate patterns of fabric. 00:55 So that was. 01:01 Programming, 01:01 the machine. 01:04 Create from 01:04 Up then. 01:07 Quite a bit of fast-forwarding. 01:07 Through seventy 60s and 70s, 01:11 the mainframes came. 01:14 You might even work with it. 01:17 Some of them this day even we have. 01:21 Code that is 30-40 years old. 01:25
And we have to maintain that. 01:29 a bit dramatic every project lasted long years. 01:32 Spent millions of Dollars or euros as we have in Europe. 01:37 bit dramatic. 01:43 A piece of equipment and then the technology got a little bit smaller. 01:48 The 90s and the client-server architecture. 01:55 And even smaller in 2000 when everything moved into the cloud. 01:59
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