The Path to DevOps is Paved with Efficient Intentions

The Efficiency Matrix, adapted from “This is Lean” (2014)
  • Transformational leadership motivating change
  • A culture of experimentation and collaboration
  • Full-stack teams with shared responsibilities
  • Extended reach of Agile methodologies
  • Deep integration of the development toolchain
  • Integrating the software development lifecycle to obtain flow efficiency
  • Calibrating resources in respect of the emerging flow requirements
  • Continuously monitor and rebalance as necessary

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Director of Engineering @ Cisco Umbrella

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Director of Engineering @ Cisco Umbrella

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