Artwork: DevOps Patterns and Antipatterns
Great artwork of my DevOpsDays NYC talk last month, explaining DevOps patterns and anti-patterns; and some great feedback (from some well-respected folks): "The topic from @KishoreJalleda is one of the best I’ve heard brought up in a long time. We need to progress closer to the customer and it’s a topic I’ve been fascinated by for a while now." "Availability is everyone’s job, not just ops!💯 @KishoreJalleda" "YES! Uptime 9s don’t matter if users are unhappy! Hearing how much uptime is good enough makes me happy" "Your customers don't care how many times a day you ship code, @KishoreJalleda on focusing on end users, not engineering velocity" "It’s really important to know true empathy, live like your customers; embrace their experiences" "Ops Engineering isn’t dead or going anywhere, but it’s time to take responsibility for our destiny." "DevOps is table stakes. Everyone is moving toward that. The real difference will be in how concerned you are with customer experience." "Anything that pushes developers away from customers is an antipattern. Too much insulation means devs don’t “get” customer pain." "Shift to infrastructure as a strategic differentiator rather than business logic. Are you as an infra eng delivering the right value?"
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