Agile + DevOps East 2020 Concurrent Session : Measuring Success in DevOps Transformations

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Thursday, November 12, 2020 - 11:45am to 12:45pm

Measuring Success in DevOps Transformations

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At the highest level, a successful DevOps implementation is meant to reduce the time between a developer’s commit to source control and that commit being available in a production environment, while maintaining quality. DevOps is a performance enhancer for Agile. While the measure of success for an Agile team is working product, the measure of a successful DevOps implementation is speed. Including DevOps in the process allows the team to deliver working product more often and with greater confidence. A team’s DevOps implementation should improve over time. There are several components to be considered that help teams identify opportunities for improvement. Monitoring each of these components is the key to evolving and an improving the implementation as time progresses.

Join us for key takeaways on how to monitor and measure your DevOps Transformation.

Jeff_LaFavors
ClearlyAgile LLC

Jeff LaFavors is a Partner at ClearlyAgile bringing over a decade of experience in enterprise-level solution architecture to the team. He provides expertise in Cloud migration, as well as Software & Database Architecture. Originally from Michigan, Jeff moved to Tampa in 2005, and has worked with technology in industries such as Retail, Real Estate, Health Care, and most recently Oil & Gas. His initiative, work ethic and talent served him well as the 4th member of an Oil & Gas software start-up that sold in the millions. Jeff enjoys learning and experimenting with new technologies, as well as solving complex problems. His leadership skills, professional expertise, and team building talents make Jeff an exceptional and valued asset to the team. As a managing partner for ClearlyAgile, Jeff leads the DevOps initiatives in a variety of domains, from start-ups to global powerhouses.