Join us as we look ahead at how the DevOps movement will continue to shape the IT landscape for years to come.
December 15, 2020 | 9a – 1030a PT
The Phoenix Project came out in 2013 and I can’t overstate how much I’ve learned since then. Having been studying high performing technology organizations since 1999, I genuinely believe that the best times for infrastructure and operations are ahead of us – and yet, it requires us to adapt to a world that is optimizing for speed, instead of optimizing for cost.
In this talk, I’ll discuss my top learnings since The Phoenix Project was released:
- The top learning from the State of DevOps Research, which I did with Dr. Nicole Forsgren and Jez Humble.
- What I believe the role of infrastructure and operations is in this new world – as well as QA and information security.
- Why platforms that enable developer productivity is so good for everyone.
- …And how those concepts are embodied in The Five Ideals, which appear in The Unicorn Project.
Please bring your burning questions, as we will have ample time for Q&A toward the end of the session.
See you there!
PS: The first 50 to RSVP & attend get a complimentary copy of the Unicorn Project.
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