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Overcoming Barriers to Industrial DevOps

By Suzette Johnson, Robin Yeman, Harry Koehnemann, Jeffrey Shupack, Hasan Yasar, Ben Grinnell, Deborah Brey, Steve Farley, Josh Corman

Working with the Hardware-Engineering Community

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The adoption of Industrial DevOps principles is uneven across the value streams of complex systems and the supply chains contributing to regulated, cyber-physical systems at scale. The purpose of Industrial DevOps is to intentionally apply the principles across all functional areas contributing to the system’s design, development, and deployment.

When there is a lack of alignment around shared principles, it inhibits the flow of value. Given that many large-scale cyber-physical systems have critical security and safety requirements, alignment across the value stream is even more important, as these systems provide a critical infrastructure that underpins civilization and our international security.

This paper specifically addresses concerns from the hardware engineering community and provides considerations to support their Industrial DevOps journey.

  • Publication Date September 27, 2022
  • Pages 18

Features

  • 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.

  • Builds Bridges

    This paper specifically addresses concerns from the hardware engineering community and provides clear solutions

  • 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.

About the Resource

The adoption of Industrial DevOps principles is uneven across the value streams of complex systems and the supply chains contributing to regulated, cyber-physical systems at scale. The purpose of Industrial DevOps is to intentionally apply the principles across all functional areas contributing to the system’s design, development, and deployment.

When there is a lack of alignment around shared principles, it inhibits the flow of value. Given that many large-scale cyber-physical systems have critical security and safety requirements, alignment across the value stream is even more important, as these systems provide a critical infrastructure that underpins civilization and our international security.

This paper specifically addresses concerns from the hardware engineering community and provides considerations to support their Industrial DevOps journey.

Suzette Johnson
Robin Yeman
Harry Koehnemann
Jeffrey Shupack
Hasan Yasar
Ben Grinnell
Deborah Brey
Steve Farley
Josh Corman
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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Robin Yeman

Robin Yeman

Chief Technical Officer at CCTI | TEDx Speaker | Author

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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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Hasan Yasar

Hasan Yasar

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

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Ben Grinnell

Ben Grinnell

Evangelist for modern IT practices that help organisations use their technology to learn & act fast, safely and at scale

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Deborah Brey

Deborah Brey

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Steve Farley

Steve Farley

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Josh Corman

Josh Corman

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