This week’s Auspicious Agile video blog takes a look at the VersionOne – Collabnet State of Agile Report for 2020. Lot’s of interesting developments. SAFe and Scrum continue to dominate Agile Scaling and Team level Agile. We will cover many other Agile and DevOps developments in the video.
Re-sharing our book (Guide to Distributed Agile Framework), for those currently working remotely, in distributed teams, or working from home.Continue reading “Re-sharing “Guide to Distributed Agile Framework””
This question comes up a lot. People ask if “now that we have DevOps do we still need Agile”. OrContinue reading “Do Agile and DevOps Work Together? (part 2)”
For the past few months it has been conference season for me. I have had multiple speaking engagements on the topics of Agile, DevOps and Blockchain for Singapore to Hong Kong and Thailand. In today’s post I am going to share some of my favorite moments and photos from this nearly completed “Conference Season”.
Our new Guide to Distributed Agile Framework eBook has just been published on Amazon! We appreciate your support and feedback! OurContinue reading “Our Guide To Distributed Agile Framework eBook has Been Published on Amazon!”
We take an updated look at Kanban, the basics, and how it works with DevOps and Agile Scaling.
Continuing the Auspicious Agile DevOps series, this week’s video blog takes a look at DevOps for Mobile. We will takeContinue reading “DevOps for Mobile Development”
DevSecOps RSA Conference 2017 in San Francisco and DevSecCon in Singapore will both take place in February, and point toContinue reading “DevSecOps Putting Security at the Heart of DevOps”
Deis Helm Major Release Improves Kubernetes Usability https://www.infoq.com/news/2016/10/deis-helm-kubernetes#.WBKUAJEIGzU.twitter … @GJohnOkoro #DevOps @InfoQ #Toolchain #tools #news ——————- If You enjoy AuspiciousContinue reading “My Latest InfoQ News Piece – DevOps Deis Helm Release for Kubernetes”
This week’s Auspicious Agile Video Blog takes a look at the culture change of DevOps. DevOps requires more than just adopting tools, it also requires changes in culture and the way we work. Here we look at several culture aspects in DevOps to consider.