Organizational Design – Teams, Interactions & Flow The number of stage gates & manual approvals reflects the silos & broken organization. Long broken pipelines reflect skill, capability, and commitment to solving problems. Highly decorated fancy slow pipelines reflect an obsession with technology & tools,not Business or Customers. Pipelines per environment reflect some never understood Continuous … Continue reading How Your CI/CD Pipeline Reflects Your Organizational Culture – Part 2
We all learn from various sources – people, books, experiences, videos & podcasts. I have learnt a lot from Dr Mik’s podcast, and he has interviewed some of my DevOps heroes here Mik+One podcast. I am delighted to share my episode on Dr Mi Kersten’s Project to Product podcast. In this interview, I had the … Continue reading Mik + One Podcast – BMK’s Interview
There are very few in the world whom you haven’t worked with or met in person, but they inspire you to bring your best version of yourselves every day. They encourage you to learn from every opportunity, learn how to work with differences, coach & refine you as an individual, motivate you to make an … Continue reading Thank you, Kelsey Hightower
What does it takes to deliver software at speed, help organizational agility like other Unicorns? Answer: Organizational culture & CI/CD pipelines. Context Ten years since Jez Humble and Dave Farley book “Continuous Delivery“, 10+ years since the term “DevOps” coined, some are just starting, few struggling – the one main reason “Culture”. In this part-1 … Continue reading CI/CD Pipeline Reflects Organizational Culture – Part 1
To stay compliant, secure, you need to go faster. You may wonder how is that possible? Governance, Risk & Security — generally a bottleneck in most of the enterprises for their DevOps transformation. Wait, you have more to that story. As we step into the twelfth year of the term “DevOps”, it is now mainstream … Continue reading DevOps is Right, DevSecOps is Left, GRC in the Middle
On a quest to learn and practice more about DevOps & challenges, I continuously look for the opportunity to learn from practitioners, authors, thought leaders. I wanted to amplify my learning by investing my time and money in, particularly attending conferences. Where we could meet with like-minded people, connect & discuss with other practitioners, learn … Continue reading BMK’s Tribute to DevOps Enterprise Summit
First of all, Congratulations to Gene Kim and IT Revolution team for the launch of #IDEALCAST. The inaugural episode titled as Digital Disruption, The Five Ideals: Peter Moore and Dr. Mik Kersten is a conversation about the five ideals from Gene’s The Unicorn Project book. The interview filled with fascinating points, discussion about the flow, … Continue reading The Idealcast } BMK’s Review & Takeaways
Every company is a “Software Company”, “Software is eating the world”, in these similar lines I recently heard every company regardless of size it is a “Data Company”. True, somewhere or other every organisation produces, consumes, analyses, report Data & makes a decision, promotes, buy, sell, acquire, expand, down-size, so on based on Data. Photo … Continue reading Our DevOps Journey is Incomplete without Data
Microsoft announced the roadmap for .NET at the recent MSBuild 2019. The release of .NET 5.0 scheduled for November 2020 will be a unified platform for building various .NET applications types targeting Windows, Linux, macOS, iOS, Android, and more operating systems. Just one .NET going ahead, said Richard Lander, program manager on the .NET team. Source: https://devblogs.microsoft.com/dotnet/introducing-net-5/ .NET 5.0 is … Continue reading .NET 5 — A Unified Platform for All .NET Developers
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