Rootconf 2019

On infrastructure security, DevOps and distributed systems.

Infra-Ops Agility

Submitted by Dushyanth Harinath (@dushyy) on Mar 26, 2019

Section: Full talk of 40 mins duration Technical level: Intermediate Status: Rejected

Abstract

Lot has changed in the last 20 yrs. We have evolved from handcrafted server deployments to managing tens of thousands of devices programmatically, from monolithic architectures to distributed async-microservices, from waterfall to continuous delivery, from siloed culture to collaborative Dev*Ops culture and from hierarchical resource management to outcome-oriented structures.

Still, organisations & teams struggle to keep up. In this talk, we will explore why this happens and what organisations should do to build MUST required capabilities to run infrastructure operations at scale.

Outline

  • History, 20 yrs of change!
  • What does Infra-Ops Agility mean ?
  • Why organisations & particularly ops teams struggle?
  • What cultural, structural & skill aspects makes a great engineering org. ?
  • How to manage priorities ?

Speaker bio

A technology professional with 20 yrs experience in technical operations & engineering specializing in

  • Product development with best practices for quality outcomes.
  • IT infrastructure, Cloud, Production operations & Reliability engineering.
  • DevOps & Automation.
  • Bootstrapping teams / hiring great talent.
  • Leading teams with autonomy and accountability.

At present, I consult in the IT Infrastructure & Operations Engineering, DevOps, Production Operations space to help organizations build high-quality technology platforms, reliable IT infrastructure, and mature DevOps/SRE/Operations teams.

Slides

https://www.slideshare.net/slideshow/embed_code/key/ruOPTapHEI7kLN

Preview video

https://drive.google.com/file/d/1rwHdWYnF44Lz4UsN4hsnDwLECoqZQy4o/view

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