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Applied Industrial DevOps 2.0

By Joy Crook, Suzette Johnson, Harry Koehnemann, Jeffrey Shupack, Steve Spear, Hasan Yasar, Robin Yeman, Jeff Boleng, Eileen Wrubel, Mik Kersten

A Hero’s Journey

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In this 2020 DevOps Enterprise Forum paper, we expand on the previous two papers introducing Industrial DevOps and Applied Industrial DevOps.

We now consider the criticality of designing technical architecture, team organization, and intentional culture architecture with dynamic learning and feedback loops when deploying Industrial DevOps at scale. We will use the story of a fictitious leader, Nole, in a company called Alset to provide application context.

  • Publication Date 2020
  • Pages 19

Features

  • Debunks Myth

    This paper debunks the myth that DevOps-style rapid iteration and improved flow only apply to software systems, not software + hardware systems.

  • Expert Authors

    This paper is written by experienced practitioners who have worked developing modern cyber-physical systems.

  • Clear Guidance

    Provides eight recommendations (principles) to bring DevOps principles and practices into complex cyber-physical systems.

  • All Levels

    Change Agents can come from anywhere on the org chart. This paper directly provides guidance on how to lead change no matter your role or title.

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In this 2020 DevOps Enterprise Forum paper, we expand on the previous two papers introducing Industrial DevOps and Applied Industrial DevOps.

We now consider the criticality of designing technical architecture, team organization, and intentional culture architecture with dynamic learning and feedback loops when deploying Industrial DevOps at scale. We will use the story of a fictitious leader, Nole, in a company called Alset to provide application context.

Joy Crook
Suzette Johnson
Harry Koehnemann
Jeffrey Shupack
Steve Spear
Hasan Yasar
Robin Yeman
Jeff Boleng
Eileen Wrubel
Mik Kersten
Joy Crook

Joy Crook

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Suzette Johnson

Suzette Johnson

Enterprise Lean-Agile Strategy and coach with an interest and passion for promoting and implementing Agile practices and DevOps in large-scale software/hardware systems environments. Primary customers are DoD and Federal government.

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Harry Koehnemann

Harry Koehnemann

SAFe Fellow and Principle Contributor Scaled Agile Inc.

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Jeffrey Shupack

Jeffrey Shupack

Digital Transformation | SAFe Fellow & SPCT

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Steve Spear

Steve Spear

MIT Faculty, IT Revolution Contribution, See to Solve System inventor

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Hasan Yasar

Hasan Yasar

Technical Director, Adjunct Faculty Member at SEI, Carnegie Mellon University. Better Software Faster!

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Robin Yeman

Robin Yeman

Chief Technical Officer at CCTI | TEDx Speaker | Author

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Jeff Boleng

Jeff Boleng

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Eileen Wrubel

Eileen Wrubel

Technical Director, Transforming Software Acquisition Policy & Practice at Software Engineering Institute

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Mik Kersten

Mik Kersten

Dr. Mik Kersten started his career as a Research Scientist at Xerox PARC where he created the first aspect-oriented development environment. He then pioneered the integration of development tools with Agile and DevOps as part of his Computer Science PhD at the University of British Columbia. Founding Tasktop out of that research, Mik has written over one million lines of open-source code that is still in use today, and he has brought seven successful open-source and commercial products to market. Mik’s experiences working with some of the largest digital transformations in the world has led him to identify the critical disconnect between business leaders and technologists. Since that time, Mik has been working on creating new tools and a new framework for connecting software value stream networks and enabling the shift from project to product. Mik lives with his family in Vancouver, Canada, and travels globally, sharing his vision for transforming how software is built.

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