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Customer Stories at DevOps Dublin Event 27th Nov 2019

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In general most of our speakers addressed this topic with war stories all of which illustrated that most organisations need to get out of their own way if they are to be agile. Overcoming individual and collective scepticism about what Agility and DevOps actually are were called out as initial blockers. Misalignment with supporting business functions, such as finance or [......]

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DevOps Executive Summit 2019

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We attended the DevOps Enterprise Summit (DOES) in London at the end of June 2019 and below are some of the highlights we picked up on. In the coming weeks we will publish more detailed blogs on some of these topics.  If you want further information or our notes/slides please email info@dayshaconsulting.com In Italics is what we heard from various [......]

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Waterfall Mindset Limitations

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What is Waterfall Mindset? This blog is not long enough to answer the question posed. But here is a current example we are encountering. Building modern systems is difficult. New cloud and hybrid architectures are complex and need experimentation as an approach to evaluate viability. Whats needed is a fail fast mindset but Waterfall is an avoid risk and never [......]

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Fincode 2019

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Regular readers will note that we attend this event annually and our 2017 and 2018 editions are well worth a revisit as many of the previous years presentations were from more mature organisations than the 2019 presenters. The event as the name suggest is focussed on technologists in Tier 1 and 2 Financial Services companies in Europe. This event is [......]

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Gamifying the SDLC

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Last year we delivered DevOps simulations in partnership with G2G3. We learnt a lot. I have been working in the SDLC business for 30 years, yet I learnt more about the human interactions involved in building software than any other equivalent period in my career. Gamifying the SDLC is a new concept and we are offering the opportunity to engage [......]

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Why is DevOps Change Management difficult

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This blog on Why DevOps Change Management is difficult is based on conferences and meetups the Daysha team attended in the first half of 2018. In previous blogs we have written about change management, and there is little doubt that new ways of working are difficult to implement. What follows are the observations of change managers attempts to deliver DevOps. [......]

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DevOps and the impact on Project Management

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This blog describes how Digital Transformation and DevOps impact traditional Project Management. This is based on conferences and meetups the Daysha team attended in the first half of 2018. Digital Transformation enables a business to change how offers are communicated to customers. DevOps can often be initiated by an engineering cadre where Digital Transformation is often marketing led. These two [......]

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Business DevOps in today’s environment.

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This blog on Business DevOps is based on conferences and meetups the Daysha team attended in the first half of 2018. In a world where the single biggest impediment to successful transformation is the inability of the business and IT to move in synch, more organisations are progressing on their Business DevOps Journey. More tier 2 companies are pursuing DevOps [......]

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DevOps can facilitate architecture change

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This blog on how DevOps can facilitate architecture change is based on conferences and meetups the Daysha team attended in the first half of 2018.  What follows are summary views on new technology trends and our observations of how these are being adopted and used. Driven by the logic of only building enough functionality that adds customer value and the [......]

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