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SAFe and DevOps - better together

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High level overview of what is covered in the 2 day SAFe DevOps course (SDP).

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SAFe and DevOps - better together

  1. 1. • Better Together SAFe and DevOps Photo by Carsten Schertzer from Santa Cruz, CA, United states [CC BY 2.0 (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/2.0)], via Wikimedia Commons
  2. 2. Bio • Email: Leland.newsom@yahoo.com • Twitter: @LelandNewsom • LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/lelandnewsom/ • Slideshare: https://www.slideshare.net/LelandNewsom • Past roles include: • Developer • Manager • Managing Director • Technical Director
  3. 3. Activity – What Does DevOps Mean to You • Take 5 min to write a single word or short phrase that defines what DevOps means to you. • Keeps stickies with you – we’ll circle back to them shortly. 3
  4. 4. 4 Definition DevOps is those set of cultural norms and technology practices that enable the fast flow of planned work from, among others, development, through tests into operations while preserving world class reliability, operation, and security. DevOps is not about what you do, but what your outcomes are.
  5. 5. 5 DevOps Authors Agree (except about acronyms) CAMS [John Willis and Damon Edwards] • Culture, Automation, Measurement, Sharing CALMS [Jez Humble] • Culture, Automation, Lean, Measurement, Sharing CALMSS [Forrester/Patrick Debois] • Culture, Automation, Lean, Measurement, Sharing, Sourcing CALMR [Scaled Agile Framework] • Culture, Automation, Lean, Measurement, Recovery ✓ DevOps exists to help the business succeed ✓ The scope is w i d e, beyond Dev and Ops, but centered on IT ✓ It is directly descended from Agile and Lean ✓ Culture of collaboration and experimentation is key ✓ Frequent feedback fuels innovation ✓ Automation helps (certainly)
  6. 6. 6 Who are the players and what makes them tick? Dev Ops QA Ops Security EA … Dev DevOps breaks down silos and fosters collaboration among teams that typically do not collaborate. This is crucial to achieve speed and stability, since all these teams play a part in delivering ‘finished’ software to market.
  7. 7. A CALMR approach to DevOps • Culture Establish a culture of shared responsibility for development, deployment, and operations. • Automation Automate the Continuous Delivery Pipeline. • Lean flow Keep batch sizes small, limit WIP, and provide extreme visibility. • Measurement Measure the flow through the pipeline. Implement full-stack telemetry. • Recovery Architect and enable low-risk releases. Establish fast recovery, fast reversion, and fast fix-forward.
  8. 8. DevOps is a Cultural shift • Adopt a culture of shared responsibility for development and deployment • DevOps requires a tolerance for failure and rapid recovery, and rewards risk taking • Sharing discoveries, practices, tools, and learning across silos is encouraged
  9. 9. Automate the deployment process • Automation is a key concept in DevOps • Automate as much as you can from the Continuous Delivery Pipeline – fewer manual steps improves the flow of value • Build a comprehensive toolchain to help teams release value more frequently • Focus on automating healthy processes. If the underlying process is broken, fix it before automating it
  10. 10. Focus on continuous Lean flow of value Identify bottlenecks to the flow of value Decrease the batch sizes of the work Manage and reduce queue lengths Build Quality In Eliminate wasteful steps in the process https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JoLHKSE8sfU
  11. 11. Measure everything • Collect data on business, application, infrastructure, and client layers • Collect data about the deployment pipeline itself • Maintain different telemetry for different stakeholders • Broadcast measurements • Continuously improve telemetry during and after problem solving
  12. 12. Architect for release-ability and Recovery • Adopt a stop-the-line mentality • Plan for and rehearse failures • Build the environment for both roll- back and fix-forward Source: The DevOps Handbook: How to Create World-Class Agility, Reliability, and Security in Technology Organizations Kim, Gene; Humble, Jez; Debois, Patrick; Willis, John
  13. 13. Activity – What Does DevOps Mean to You • Take stickies and place on wall under which CALMR concepts they most strongly represented. • Discuss as group (5 min): –Which CALMR concepts are strongly represented? –Which ones are under represented? –Why? 13
  14. 14. The DevOps health radar Continuous Delivery Pipeline – Outer Rings • 4 Dimensions • 16 Sub-dimensions Inner Rings • Gray Ring – Stake holder objectives • White ring - DevOps Capabilities • How IT meets the business objectives • Example – Improve Time to Market by developing or improving our Continuous Deployment capability © Scaled Agile, Inc.
  15. 15. 15 Assessing Your Value Stream Lead time (LT) – Time from when work was ready after the previous station to completion Process time (PT) – Actual value-added work Percent Complete & Accurate (%C&A) – Percent of work that the next station could process as-is PM accepts Deploy to staging Smoke test QA + UAT Stage signoff PM Team Team Bus + Team Bus WAIT WAIT WAIT WAIT WORKWORKWORKWORK
  16. 16. 16 Identifying the Bottlenecks WAIT WAIT WAIT WORKWORKWORK WAIT WAIT WAIT WORKWORKWORK WAIT WAIT WAIT WORKWORKWORK
  17. 17. 17 Resolve the Biggest Constraint First
  18. 18. Explore dimension Business objective (The ‘Why’) • Alignment IT objective (The ‘How’) • Continuous Exploration (CE) - the process of continually exploring the market and user needs, and defining a Vision, Roadmap, and set of Features that address those needs. Sub-dimensions (The ‘What’) • Hypothesize – hypothesis to be validated through CD pipeline • Collaborate & Research – Understand stakeholder needs • Architect – for CD and DevOps • Synthesize – build backlog
  19. 19. Integrate dimension Business objective (The ‘Why’) • Quality IT objective (The ‘How’) • Continuous Integration (CI) Sub-dimensions (The ‘What’) • Develop - implement the story • Build – compile source files into deployable binaries & verify code functions as developer intended • Test end-to-end – validate changes against acceptance criteria in an integrated prod-like environment • Stage – host in prod-grade environment from which code can be deployed to production
  20. 20. Deployment dimension Business objective (The ‘Why’) • Time to market IT objective (The ‘How’) • Continuous Deployment (CD) Sub-dimensions (The ‘What’) • Deploy – into production with high frequency and low risk • Verify – they behave as expected before releasing to end users • Monitor – Measure system and user behavior • Respond – proactively detect and resolve prod issues before they cause business disruption
  21. 21. Release dimension Business objective (The ‘Why’) • Business value IT objective (The ‘How’) • Release on Demand Sub-dimensions (The ‘What’) • Release – to customers • Stabilize – sustain high levels of business continuity & data protection • Measure – test hypothesis of business value & evaluate hypothesis • Learn – from hypothesis whether to pivot or persevere as well as how to improve the flow of value
  22. 22. Learn More 22 • http://www.scaledagileframework.com/built-In-quality/ • http://www.scaledagileframework.com/continuous-delivery-pipeline • http://www.scaledagileframework.com/inspect-and-adapt/ • 2017 State of DevOps Report –https://puppet.com/resources/whitepaper/state-of-devops-report
  23. 23. SAFe SDP Course • Two-day course provides a comprehensive overview for understanding the DevOps competencies needed to accelerate time-to-market by improving the flow of value through the Continuous Delivery Pipeline. Attendees will map the current value stream through their delivery pipeline from idea to cash, and identify practices that will eliminate bottlenecks to flow. Key Areas of Competency: • Describe what DevOps is and why it is important • Build a culture of shared responsibility across the value stream • Continuously explore user needs • Describe architectural considerations for continuous delivery • Build and integrate the system continuously • Improve the quality of the system with continuous testing • Deploy systems to staging and production environments continuously • Release systems to customers and manage recovery as necessary • Maintain security by inspecting continuously for vulnerabilities • Measure the flow through the Continuous Delivery Pipeline • Support a SAFe DevOps transformation in the enterprise https://www.scaledagile.com/certification/courses/safe-devops/ SAFe® Authorized Course Attending this course gives students access to the SAFe DevOps Practitioner exam and related preparation materials.

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