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Everything You Need to Know About the 2019 DORA Accelerate State of DevOps Report

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Each year, the DevOps Research and Assessment group (DORA) publishes critical research revealing the impact of DevOps on organizations of all sizes. The findings show what makes some teams successful at DevOps, while others fall behind.

Jez Humble, a founding member of DORA well known for his groundbreaking research on IT performance, and Redgate’s Microsoft MVP Steve Jones offer the latest insights from the 2019 Accelerate State of DevOps Report – and what they mean for your organization and career.

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Everything You Need to Know About the 2019 DORA Accelerate State of DevOps Report

  1. 1. Everything you need to know about the 2019 DORA Accelerate State of DevOps Report
  2. 2. About Redgate 230 Redgaters and counting 18 years old 202,000 customers 2m SQL Server Central and Simple Talk users 91% of the Fortune 100 use our tools 4m website visits each year 1147 product releases last year 68 User Groups sponsored
  3. 3. Our host www.voiceofthedba.com sjones@sqlservercentral.com @way0utwest Steve Jones www.linkedin.com/in/way0utwest
  4. 4. Our guest speaker @jezhumble Jez Humble https://www.linkedin.com/in/jez-humble/ Founder and CTO Lecturer, UC Berkley Cloud Advocate https://continuousdelivery.com/
  5. 5. Agenda • Key Findings from the 2019 Accelerate State of DevOps Report • Improvement • Performance • Productivity • Culture
  6. 6. We have movement ● Look at the elite performers. Yay! ● Now look at the low performers. Yay! ● Check out medium performers… ● Now look at the medium vs. high.
  7. 7. How do Elite performers benefit? Deployment frequency Lead time for changes Time to restore service Change failure rate
  8. 8. Elite performers are Technology delivers value 2xas likely to meet or exceed their organizational performance goals
  9. 9. Technology matters, so how do we improve?
  10. 10. ImprovingPerformance
  11. 11. Cloud Cloud is a differentiator for elite performance… But only 29% of respondents met all five characteristics of cloud computing Elite performers were 24 times more likely to have met cloud characteristics than low performers On-demand self-service Broad network access Resource pooling Rapid elasticity Measured service
  12. 12. Code maintainability Contributes to CD and helps reduce technical debt (stay tuned!) Change code maintained by other teams Find code in the codebase Reuse other people’s code Add, upgrade, and migrate to new versions of dependencies without breaking code Systems and tools that make it easy to:
  13. 13. ImprovingProductivity
  14. 14. What is productivity? Productivity is the ability to get complex, time-consuming tasks completed with minimal distractions and interruptions This kind of productivity helps us leave work at work and reduce burnout
  15. 15. Technical Debt Technical debt was introduced in 1992 by Ward Cunningham to describe what happens when we fail to maintain “immature code” It is a problem for many of us and includes code or systems with: Known bugs that go unfixed in favor of new features Insufficient test coverage Problems related to low code quality or poor design Code or artifacts that aren’t cleaned up when no longer used Implementations the team doesn’t have expertise in, and therefore can’t debug or maintain Incomplete migration Obsolete technology Incomplete or outdated documentation or missing comments
  16. 16. Reducing Technical Debt This helps us maintain a mental model of our systems, something Ward Cunningham suggested we would need in his original article. Maintainable code Loosely coupled architecture Monitoring
  17. 17. Culture
  18. 18. Culture is important • A culture of trust and psychological safety has a positive impact on: o Software delivery performance o Organizational performance o Productivity • Accelerate finds that if you want to change your culture, you’re probably going to need to get out of your silo. • They asked respondents to share how DevOps and Agile is spread at their organizations, and that found that… o Low performers tend to favor Training Centers (also known as DOJOs) and Centers of Excellence (CoE) – strategies that create more silos and isolated expertise.” o 57% of “Elite” performers were found to use Communities of Practice, the heaviest concentration of any single strategy studied.
  19. 19. Key Takeaways
  20. 20. • DevOps drives business value: high performers at DevOps are 2 x more likely to meet or exceed their organizational goals. • Cloud is a differentiator for elite performance. Elite performers were 24 times more likely to have met cloud characteristics than low performers • Communities of practice are a common and successful tool to transform culture. 57% of “Elite” performers were found to use Communities of Practice. • Moving to DevOps means building a team that cuts across development and IT silos, and whose success is measured on a ‘universal’ metric that accounts for both speed and stability. Key takeaways
  21. 21. Standardize team-based development Protect and preserve data Automate database deployments Monitor performance & availability
  22. 22. Get in touch Contact Redgate: devops@red-gate.com Discover Redgate’s Compliant Database DevOps solution www.red-gate.com/devops

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