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Most enterprise software development has evolved to a place where releases are infrequent and occur long after features were first conceived. The day of release is a nail-biting affair for which we assemble swat teams and stand ready to scramble and fix the inevitable problems.
This has enormous impact on the businesses that we work for, making us vulnerable to nimble competitors. We are forced to predict (guess) what customers want rather than relying on real user feedback, we can't react to market changes or explore new business ideas quickly, and we end up not building the right thing for our users or at least investing too much money in something where a lighter solution would have sufficed.
It doesn't have to be this way.
Delivering software involves stakeholders across a variety of functions in an organization, from sales and marketing through product management, architecture, development, quality assurance, technical operations, and support. Continuous Delivery revolutionizes the traditional software delivery process to create fast feedback and improvement loops, so aligning these various people and groups is a key challenge. Kief Morris explains how to tap into concepts from Lean, DevOps, and NoOps to find the most effective ways to organize your teams to achieve the best results.
Kief Morris is ThoughtWorks' EU Practice Lead for Continuous Delivery. He has been building teams to deliver software as a service for 14 years, and now enjoys helping ThoughtWorks clients to harness disruptive ideas in software delivery and operations, such as DevOps, Lean, and cloud platforms.
Date: June 26, 2012 - Please note the different time zones.
Length: 60 mins (including 15 mins Q/A)
9 am (San Francisco) // 11 am (Chicago) // 12 noon (NYC) // 1 pm (Brasilia)
Europe, APAC & India
10 am (London) // 2:30 pm (Bangalore) // 5 pm (Beijing) // 7 pm (Sydney)