In which I try to figure out organizations should do with kubernetes, let alone what the thing is.
There’s no recording of this talk yet, but here are the slides.
In the cloud, DevOps, agile, whatever is hot and new era, the role of enterprise architects is rarely addressed. There’s probably plenty useful for them to do still. I’ve been trying to figure out what those things are recently, and here’s my trip report, an older version:
Also, see the slides, which are usually more up-to-date than that older recording.
Here’s the slides for my Creating Better Software presentation.
I usually use variations of these slides for two of my talks: “Not actually a DevOps talk/Creating better software” and “Pragmatic digital transformation, or rescuing your business from decades of IT quicksand.”
Tips on presenting, the infrastructure parts.
Original source: How To Run A Good Presentation
A recent rendition of one of my standard talks at the Austin DevOps Meetup. See the slides as well.
I get asked to talk on DevOps a lot. Here’s my current (late 2016 and 2017) presentation, going over the why’s, the how’s, the technologies, and the meatware that supports including some best and worst practices based on what Pivotal customers do. See the newer slides with big pictures on most slides, and some of the older slides
Also, here’s a more blatantly pro-Pivotal (and longer) version that you might have seen, esp. if the talk title was something like “Digital Transformation in the Streets.”
Much of it draws a lot on my cloud native journey booklets as well.
I’m giving a 90 minute overview of agile for an agency later this month. Here’s my slides, so far. As ever, “government” is just an extra layer of sprinkles on-top of advice for all large organizations.
There’s some extensive (for me) talking points in the slide notes if you’re into that kind of thing.