On November 12th, we will be supporting the 5th Anniversary Celebration for All Day DevOps. This is a 24 hour event with 6 simultaneous tracks, delivering 180+ sessions, live online. Session tracks include CI/CD Continuous Everything, Cloud Native Infrastructure and Monitoring, DevSecOps, Cultural Transformation, Site Reliability Engineering and Government.
Virtual Viewing Parties: Hosting a virtual viewing party is free for anyone in the community you supply the group and the connection while All Day DevOps provides the content. Here are some guidelines that will provide detailed information and tips to assist you with your party planning.
Hey loyal admineers! (I just made that up.) I wanted to toss a question out to our readers. I’m working on a Change Management course for LinkedIn Learning right now to join my other courses, and I was hoping to hear some good new techniques people are using to do it that a) ensure compliance but b) are not super heavy and lame.
My current approach is to mention the ITIL, COBIT, ISO 27000-1, etc. approaches but then come in with a practical approach inspired by Visible Ops and leavened with DevOps innovation.
Chime in in the comments – how do you do change management? What compliance regimes do you have to fulfill? Are you using one of the ITSM frameworks? Are you using a tool (ServiceNow aka “ServiceNo” followed by JIRA were the two most popular when I asked at the latest CloudAustin meeting)? Are you using any techniques that you think are excellent and would like others to hear about? I’d love to hear from you!
James, Karthik, and Ernest all are running the Modern Infrastructure track at All Day DevOps in November. Sign up now! And we have a couple talk spots free – if you think you have a super amazing talk, and especially if you are from an underrepresented group, hit one of us up (Twitter DMs are fine) and we look at getting you in.