This IDC Presentation was presented in November 2018 via webinar.
European organizations have seen both success and failure from pockets of DevOps activity within their businesses. At times, these initiatives can be inconsistent, occasionally repetitive, and can consume too much budget and mindshare for the benefit they are delivering.
DevOps can and does scale, but this does not happen automatically. Many organizations reach a deadlock due to unforeseen distractions — related to legacy burden, culture, existing tools, fragmented processes and a lack of automation — or dependencies on partners. So the big question is, how can they move past this DevOps deadlock?
Scaling DevOps requires an approach that utilizes new key performance indicators (KPIs) spanning the cultural, business, process, technology, and talent/staffing changes required for any business transformation that utilizes DevOps.
This presentation discusses:
- How to differentiate between the DevOps-distracted and the DevOps-determined
- Different paths to take to getting unstuck
- Why partnering strategies need to change to facilitate acceleration out of the deadlock