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DevOps Cafe Episode 47

It takes a village... to make a DevOps conference track

John and Damon are joined by our largest panel of guests yet. What do they all have in common? The DevOps track at the upcoming QCon London 2014. Find out what these speakers will be talking about and what the thought process was behind putting together this track. Guests are Dave Farley, Daniel Schauenberg, Robert Benefield, Shane Hastie, Manuel Pais.

 

  

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Reader Comments (1)

Hi Guys,

Great show!

You covered a lot of topics on this one but I was most interested in Damon's topic on tickets. Man this is a major problem everywhere I've worked! I'm currently working on this problem now where I work as an Ops manager. We enter a ticket which creates a workflow which ends up with teams throwing the ticket over the wall back and forth to each other. We're working on creating a DevOps culture to improve service delivery but it a slow process working through the existing process changes needed to streamline. Currently I'm just meeting with all the teams to hash out the existing process - seems the biggest gotcha is control over who pushes the big red button! Obviously that's what happens when the tasks are all done manually by separate teams. Our goal is to automate this soon.

Damon maybe you can rebroadcast your talk on the podcast?

Thx
Joe

February 13, 2014 | Unregistered CommenterJoe

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