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DevOps Exclusive

Confessions from foremost authorities & linchpins on 'DevOps Exclusive'!

Introduction to DevOps: Transforming and Improving Operations - Linux Foundation


This is a free course by John Wills, one of the authors of The DevOps Handbook.
 

Leading the Horses to Drink ... Support and Initiate a devops transformation - Damon Edwards


Do these tales of woe sound familiar?:  "I can't get my managers to suppo
rt my DevOps efforts"  "Company politics prevent me from getting help from other teams"  "People say they are too busy getting
 

DevOps for Digital Leaders


Reignite Business with a Modern DevOps-Enabled Software Factory
 

DevOps performance measurement


VersionOne is an all-in-one enterprise agile solution for software organizations scaling agile. From discovery to delivery, VersionOne uniquely scales to any organizational levels. 
 
The Small Batches Principle - ACM Queue 

Reducing waste, encouraging experimentation, and making everyone happy
 
Free DevOps Ebooks - O'Reilly

Building fast, resilient systems at scale requires cutting-edge tools and approaches. We've compiled the best insights from subject matter experts for you in one place, so you can dive deep into the l
What is a Service Delivery Platform?
What is a Service Delivery Platform?
DevOps Research and Assessment

This whitepaper shows how software does much more than just save money for organizations: technology is a value driver and innovation engine. 
 
The Three Ways: The Principles Underpinning DevOps

In this blog post, Gene Kim talks about the “Three Ways,” which are the principles that all of the DevOps patterns can be derived from, which he is using in both the  “DevOps Handbook” and “The Phoenix Project: A Novel About IT, DevOps, and Helping Your Business Win.” 

The History Of DevOps


So much of the drive and unique flavor of the DevOps movement is a direct result of how it came to be.  But despite this, Damon Edwards is surprised by how few people actually know the tale.  This all prompted me to have some fun, channel his inner Al Gore, and record a narrated slideshow.
 

The Andon Cord


The origin of the word  “Andon” in Japanese comes from the use of traditional lighting equipment using a fire burning lamp made out of paper and bamboo.  This “Andon” idea was later translated for use in manufacturing in Japan.  The “Andon” became used as a signal to highlight an anomaly (i.e., a flashing light).  This signal would be used to amplify potential defects in quality.
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