This is probably the most frequently asked question that I have received. In many sessions when I introduce the concept of DevOps and some characteristics, after the first 30 minutes or so, the question is a variation of:...Read More
This is probably the most frequently asked question related to adopting or rolling out a DevOps initiative in an organization. We need to look at this question more closely based on the principles of DevOps. While traditionally,...Read More
Why is Agile so obsessed with time when many things are flexible and negotiable with the Product Owner?
One of the key values of Agile approaches is to deliver value incrementally and continually. While the value delivered has to be incrementally usable, it is also equally important to be making releases at a regular pace. Sprints...Read More
The following are some common challenges that every team and organization embarking on an Agile transformation journey Expectation of complete support from leadership even before the program starts : gain their support through...Read More
If such meetings happen on a regular basis, one must explore why. Such meetings tend to disrupt the rhythm of the team and have an adverse impact on the overall productivity. Here are a few tips to avoid or at least reduce such...Read More
The time at which the standup meeting is scheduled is flexible. But, changing it on a daily basis is not. Choose the most convenient time for all team members to join the meeting. When some members are not co-located, there...Read More
One question that I get asked frequently, when talking about DevOps is: where do I begin? A follow-up question is – Can you recommend any checklist or set of steps to get into DevOps? My short answer to that question is:...Read More
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