The term “DevOps” typically refers to the emerging professional movement that advocates a collaborative working relationship between Development and IT Operations, resulting in the fast flow of planned work achieving the value stream that is between the business (where requirements are defined) and the customer (where value is delivered). But DevOps does not yet have precise or prescriptive practice methods. To meet its urgency to “speed production and so the time to market”, many organisations are finding that ITSM skills that they had invested in, fit in very well with DevOps’ Agile collaborative and quickening business tempo. Enterprises with legacy systems of ITIL, ITSM are finding that DevOps are a perfect cultural match and a winning combination.
This conference is co-located with the CMMI Institute Conference and the Application Lifecycle Management Made Practical Conference, so delegates can take advantage of the synergy between topics. Participants are welcome to choose to attend any sessions across these events.