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Disciplined DevOps: DevOps for the Enterprise

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    • 08 Dec 2018
    • 8:30 AM - 5:30 PM (PST)
    • Victoria, British Columbia

     

    $495 CDN Early Bird / $595 General Registration

    Call for group pricing for 3+ Registrants 

    When: Saturday, December 8 @ 8:30 am - 5:30 pm 

    Where: The Dock: Centre for Social Impact, 300 - 722 Cormorant Street (3rd Floor), Victoria, BC, V8W 1P8

    Disciplined Agile DevOps: DevOps for the Enterprise 

    DevOps offers the promise of having software development teams that can deploy into production several times a day and companies that release changes into production every few seconds. That's great for startups and organizations new enough that they don't have to deal with a lot of legacy, but that's not your situation.  Your organization has been around for a long time.  You have a multitude of legacy systems and data sources in place and are drowning in technical debt.  You have a legacy culture that prefers a heavyweight approach (you may even be an ITIL shop). You have a shortage of people with agile skills, let alone DevOps skills.  Yet you still want to adopt DevOps strategies to remain competitive.  

    This workshop is geared for people who want to implement DevOps within established organizations.  We begin with an overview of the DevOps mindset and Disciplined Agile principles, then we jump into working through a fictional case study for an established enterprise.  Via this case study we work through how development needs to evolve for DevOps, how to architect your solutions to support DevOps, how to address both security and data concerns in a DevOps environment, how to coordinate releases when a large number of teams are in flight, and how operations and support works in enterprise-class DevOps. 

    The workshop is not technical and is suitable for all team members. Many group exercises reinforce the principles learned. The workshop is valuable for management or leaders tasked with moving from traditional approaches to DevOps.

    Your Instructor

         Brent Reed CDAP/CDAI

    Organized By Tactec Strategic Solutions, Certified Bronze Partner

    Tactec Strategic Solutions Inc., a Canadian based company in Victoria, provides a disciplined agile and devops process framework as core in all our client’s engagements.  We are a team of experienced senior business, data, security and technical architects who through coaching, mentoring, training and hands-on services provide a value, focus and velocity approach to enterprise devops and continuous improvement.  Our clients and work has taken us to over a dozen countries across the globe with businesses as large as 400k employees and support for millions of customers.

    Outline
    1. The DevOps mindset
    2. Disciplined Agile principles
    3. Challenges adopting DevOps in established organizations
    4. Architecting for DevOps
    5. Continuous delivery practices - Continuous integration, automated regression testing, code and schema analysis, automated deployment
    6. DevSecOps
    7. Strategies for Database DevOps
    8. Strategies for release management - Agile release trains vs. continuous release streams; Coordinating releases across many teams; Release/deployment infrastructure
    9. IT Operations - Production monitoring; Disaster planning and mitigation strategies; Common infrastructure
    10. Support - Strategies for supporting your end users
    11. Strategies for transitioning to Disciplined DevOps
        • 11 Jan 2019
        • 8:30 AM - 5:30 PM (PST)
        • Victoria, British Columbia

         

        $495 CDN Early Bird / $595 General Registration

        Call for group pricing for 3+ Registrants 

        When: Friday, January 11, 2019 @ 8:30 am - 5:30 pm 

        Where: The Dock: Centre for Social Impact, 300 - 722 Cormorant Street (3rd Floor), Victoria, BC, V8W 1P8

        Disciplined Agile DevOps: DevOps for the Enterprise 

        DevOps offers the promise of having software development teams that can deploy into production several times a day and companies that release changes into production every few seconds. That's great for startups and organizations new enough that they don't have to deal with a lot of legacy, but that's not your situation.  Your organization has been around for a long time.  You have a multitude of legacy systems and data sources in place and are drowning in technical debt.  You have a legacy culture that prefers a heavyweight approach (you may even be an ITIL shop). You have a shortage of people with agile skills, let alone DevOps skills.  Yet you still want to adopt DevOps strategies to remain competitive.  

        This workshop is geared for people who want to implement DevOps within established organizations.  We begin with an overview of the DevOps mindset and Disciplined Agile principles, then we jump into working through a fictional case study for an established enterprise.  Via this case study we work through how development needs to evolve for DevOps, how to architect your solutions to support DevOps, how to address both security and data concerns in a DevOps environment, how to coordinate releases when a large number of teams are in flight, and how operations and support works in enterprise-class DevOps. 

        The workshop is not technical and is suitable for all team members. Many group exercises reinforce the principles learned. The workshop is valuable for management or leaders tasked with moving from traditional approaches to DevOps.

        Your Instructor

             Brent Reed CDAP/CDAI

        Organized By Tactec Strategic Solutions, Certified Bronze Partner

        Tactec Strategic Solutions Inc., a Canadian based company in Victoria, provides a disciplined agile and devops process framework as core in all our client’s engagements.  We are a team of experienced senior business, data, security and technical architects who through coaching, mentoring, training and hands-on services provide a value, focus and velocity approach to enterprise devops and continuous improvement.  Our clients and work has taken us to over a dozen countries across the globe with businesses as large as 400k employees and support for millions of customers.

        Outline
        1. The DevOps mindset
        2. Disciplined Agile principles
        3. Challenges adopting DevOps in established organizations
        4. Architecting for DevOps
        5. Continuous delivery practices - Continuous integration, automated regression testing, code and schema analysis, automated deployment
        6. DevSecOps
        7. Strategies for Database DevOps
        8. Strategies for release management - Agile release trains vs. continuous release streams; Coordinating releases across many teams; Release/deployment infrastructure
        9. IT Operations - Production monitoring; Disaster planning and mitigation strategies; Common infrastructure
        10. Support - Strategies for supporting your end users
        11. Strategies for transitioning to Disciplined DevOps
            • 09 Feb 2019
            • 8:30 AM - 5:30 PM (PST)
            • Victoria, British Columbia

             

            $495 CDN Early Bird / $595 General Registration

            Call for group pricing for 3+ Registrants 

            When: Saturday, February 9, 2019 @ 8:30 am - 5:30 pm 

            Where: The Dock: Centre for Social Impact, 300 - 722 Cormorant Street (3rd Floor), Victoria, BC, V8W 1P8

            Disciplined Agile DevOps: DevOps for the Enterprise 

            DevOps offers the promise of having software development teams that can deploy into production several times a day and companies that release changes into production every few seconds. That's great for startups and organizations new enough that they don't have to deal with a lot of legacy, but that's not your situation.  Your organization has been around for a long time.  You have a multitude of legacy systems and data sources in place and are drowning in technical debt.  You have a legacy culture that prefers a heavyweight approach (you may even be an ITIL shop). You have a shortage of people with agile skills, let alone DevOps skills.  Yet you still want to adopt DevOps strategies to remain competitive.  

            This workshop is geared for people who want to implement DevOps within established organizations.  We begin with an overview of the DevOps mindset and Disciplined Agile principles, then we jump into working through a fictional case study for an established enterprise.  Via this case study we work through how development needs to evolve for DevOps, how to architect your solutions to support DevOps, how to address both security and data concerns in a DevOps environment, how to coordinate releases when a large number of teams are in flight, and how operations and support works in enterprise-class DevOps. 

            The workshop is not technical and is suitable for all team members. Many group exercises reinforce the principles learned. The workshop is valuable for management or leaders tasked with moving from traditional approaches to DevOps.

            Your Instructor

                 Brent Reed CDAP/CDAI

            Organized By Tactec Strategic Solutions, Certified Bronze Partner

            Tactec Strategic Solutions Inc., a Canadian based company in Victoria, provides a disciplined agile and devops process framework as core in all our client’s engagements.  We are a team of experienced senior business, data, security and technical architects who through coaching, mentoring, training and hands-on services provide a value, focus and velocity approach to enterprise devops and continuous improvement.  Our clients and work has taken us to over a dozen countries across the globe with businesses as large as 400k employees and support for millions of customers.

            Outline
            1. The DevOps mindset
            2. Disciplined Agile principles
            3. Challenges adopting DevOps in established organizations
            4. Architecting for DevOps
            5. Continuous delivery practices - Continuous integration, automated regression testing, code and schema analysis, automated deployment
            6. DevSecOps
            7. Strategies for Database DevOps
            8. Strategies for release management - Agile release trains vs. continuous release streams; Coordinating releases across many teams; Release/deployment infrastructure
            9. IT Operations - Production monitoring; Disaster planning and mitigation strategies; Common infrastructure
            10. Support - Strategies for supporting your end users
            11. Strategies for transitioning to Disciplined DevOps

                2019 Schedule

                • 15 Mar 2019
                • 8:30 AM - 5:30 PM (PDT)
                • Victoria, British Columbia

                 

                $495 CDN Early Bird / $595 General Registration

                Call for group pricing for 3+ Registrants 

                When: Friday, March 15, 2019 @ 8:30 am - 5:30 pm 

                Where: The Dock: Centre for Social Impact, 300 - 722 Cormorant Street (3rd Floor), Victoria, BC, V8W 1P8

                Disciplined Agile DevOps: DevOps for the Enterprise 

                DevOps offers the promise of having software development teams that can deploy into production several times a day and companies that release changes into production every few seconds. That's great for startups and organizations new enough that they don't have to deal with a lot of legacy, but that's not your situation.  Your organization has been around for a long time.  You have a multitude of legacy systems and data sources in place and are drowning in technical debt.  You have a legacy culture that prefers a heavyweight approach (you may even be an ITIL shop). You have a shortage of people with agile skills, let alone DevOps skills.  Yet you still want to adopt DevOps strategies to remain competitive.  

                This workshop is geared for people who want to implement DevOps within established organizations.  We begin with an overview of the DevOps mindset and Disciplined Agile principles, then we jump into working through a fictional case study for an established enterprise.  Via this case study we work through how development needs to evolve for DevOps, how to architect your solutions to support DevOps, how to address both security and data concerns in a DevOps environment, how to coordinate releases when a large number of teams are in flight, and how operations and support works in enterprise-class DevOps. 

                The workshop is not technical and is suitable for all team members. Many group exercises reinforce the principles learned. The workshop is valuable for management or leaders tasked with moving from traditional approaches to DevOps.

                Your Instructor

                     Brent Reed CDAP/CDAI

                Organized By Tactec Strategic Solutions, Certified Bronze Partner

                Tactec Strategic Solutions Inc., a Canadian based company in Victoria, provides a disciplined agile and devops process framework as core in all our client’s engagements.  We are a team of experienced senior business, data, security and technical architects who through coaching, mentoring, training and hands-on services provide a value, focus and velocity approach to enterprise devops and continuous improvement.  Our clients and work has taken us to over a dozen countries across the globe with businesses as large as 400k employees and support for millions of customers.

                Outline
                1. The DevOps mindset
                2. Disciplined Agile principles
                3. Challenges adopting DevOps in established organizations
                4. Architecting for DevOps
                5. Continuous delivery practices - Continuous integration, automated regression testing, code and schema analysis, automated deployment
                6. DevSecOps
                7. Strategies for Database DevOps
                8. Strategies for release management - Agile release trains vs. continuous release streams; Coordinating releases across many teams; Release/deployment infrastructure
                9. IT Operations - Production monitoring; Disaster planning and mitigation strategies; Common infrastructure
                10. Support - Strategies for supporting your end users
                11. Strategies for transitioning to Disciplined DevOps

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