2019 NZ DevOps Forum
Aligning DevOps to Business Growth
- Examining the latest business disruptors including AR and AI and how they will impact your role
- What does it mean to be “digital” – building the digital mindset across the organisation, not just in the technology team
- When disruption becomes innovation – how can DevOps motivate internal innovation?
- The “as a service” mentality and how you can harness this for growth and agility
- Automating DevOps – how will this increase productivity and business capacity
- Reducing deployment failure through automated process
- The principals and practices that will enable a DevOps receptive culture
- Leading through transitions – creating a resilient culture for growth and change
- How do we adopt DevOps culture? Challenging legacy processes and initiating change
- Maximising the efficiency of learning and making continual learning more effective
- Helping new developers cross the lack-of-experience gap
- Coordinating OpenShift training at BNZ and improving fluency across the board with their in-house upskilling app Learning Tracks
- How the automation test strategy changes to achieve On-demand release cadence
- Challenges in shifting tester mindset from individual ownership of testing
- Implementation of the collaborative process to improve the dev/test relationship
- Achieving this through DevOps automation and the right balance between the Release based and Tribe based Agile frameworks
- Looking at the formation of end to end teams (descaling) enabling a custom delivery model comprising flavours of both Releases and Tribes
- Empowering the teams through DevOps automation in the areas of Testing and Environment
Rohit Satija, Chapter Area Lead (Technology Change), Spark NZ
DevSecOps attempts to build on the movements of Continuous Delivery and DevOps by adding security to iterative and collaborative approaches prescribed it’s predecessors.
Implementing these approaches together in the large enterprise can be confusing, complex and challenging.
This talk will cover the journey, experiences and lessons learned, of one Security Architect over the last three years in bringing DevSecOps to life in the world of financial services.