“How about the operations?” This was a recurring question in the conversations that I had with Nuno Rafael (@). After several discussions about agile methodologies and his effects and challenges on the operations world I accepted his challenge to deliver a session at Scrum Portugal community about DevOps.
I decided to give my session, made at June 29, the following title: “DbOps, DevOps and Ops” because my first contact with operations was at database level (as DBA), then I progressed to infrastructure (as infrastructure team member) where I had to deal not only with infrastructure operations but also with operations related to applications.
So, my session tells my operations journey through databases, applications and infrastructure domains where the goal is to deliver software as fast as possible while achieving the balance between business goals and business deliverables. In other words, it’s my story about engineering practices within agile, using Scrum, Kanban, source control, database automation, continuous integration and continuous delivery.
The audience reaction to the presentation was quite good. I had questions made by operations people, development people and “agile” people, which made me satisfied. The session ended with a open discussion forum where I and the attendees had the chance to explore the covered topics with more detail.
I would like to thank all the Scrum Portugal team, first for the invitation and second for the way you welcome me. I was a very well organized event.
Here’s my session slides: