DevOps Foundations: Transforming the Enterprise

DevOps Foundations: Transforming the Enterprise
DevOps Foundations: Transforming the Enterprise
English | MP4 | AVC 1280×720 | AAC 48KHz 2ch | 1h 09m | 380 MB

As your organization evolves, your IT practices can’t remain stagnant. Growing organizations are faced with a variety of new and unique concerns: legacy programs, multiple vendors, and more. In this course, learn how to adopt and scale DevOps—a set of practices you may already be familiar with—in an enterprise environment. Instructor Mirco Hering explains what makes enterprise-level DevOps unique and steps through how to jump-start your own transformation. Learn how to analyze your application portfolio and identify a minimum viable cluster for your DevOps adoption. Explore value stream mapping and the different types of enterprise-level DevOps tools. Plus, learn how to include vendors in your DevOps journey, steer your transformation, and make a central DevOps team work for your business.

Topics include:

  • Why DevOps at the enterprise level is different
  • Analyzing your application portfolio
  • Identifying a minimum viable cluster (MVC)
  • Creating and using value stream maps
  • Tooling at the enterprise level
  • Including vendors in your DevOps journey
  • Using the Deming cycle
  • DevOps organizational patterns
Table of Contents

1 Transforming your organization
2 Why is the enterprise level different
3 The role of corporate culture
4 The three dimensions of enterprise DevOps
5 Transformation is a continual process
6 Analyze your application portfolio
7 Find a minimum viable cluster (MVC)
8 Use the MVC to uplift capabilities
9 What is a value stream map (VSM)
10 Creating value stream maps
11 Using value stream maps
12 Types of DevOps tools
13 Making the right choices
14 Central vs. federated approaches
15 Include vendors in the journey
16 Contracts and incentives
17 Implement engineering standards
18 Use the Deming cycle
19 Transaction costs and batch sizes
20 A transformation scorecard
21 DevOps organizational patterns
22 Using a central team
23 How to make a DevOps team work for you
24 Next steps