DevOps is a cultural and organizational shift in how software development and deployment teams create, test, deploy, and update software at the velocity enterprises require to sustain their competitive advantage.
Continuous Integration and Continuous Delivery (CI/CD) become central DevOps practices, as teams get up to speed with the approach – except for an essential missing element: governance.
Current approaches to governing software development and deployment processes in enterprise context tend to be prescriptive and non-Agile, serving only to stifle individual DevOps team from making continuous improvements.
Only by approaching governance from a Lean, Agile, and DevOps perspective, can modern enterprise software development teams hope to achieve the goals of DevOps while maintaining the checks and balances so important for the enterprise context
Join Jason Bloomberg, president of Intellyx and digital transformation and DevOps thought leader, for an insightful look at the role governance must play in DevOps initiatives – what we mean by ‘Continuous Governance (CG).’
Next, hear Badri Sriraman, Director, Karsun Innovation Center, Karsun Solutions LLC, explain how GoLean.io can help with CG
Jason Bloomberg is the leading industry analyst and globally recognized expert on agile digital transformation. He writes and speaks on how today’s disruptive enterprise technology trends support the digital professional’s business transformation goals.
Badri Sriraman is the chief innovator behind Golean.io. He has helped large enterprises with agile digital transformation. He constantly brings about disruptive changes with Agile, DevOps and software architecture practices in his clients transforming their business for the better.