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DevOps Voices – DevOps Success? Measure System Level Metrics

Traditional organizations develop IT solutions and hand them over to Operations to deploy and maintain these solutions. Anyone acquainted with DevOps is very well aware that this no longer needs to be the case. DevOps teams have revolutionized the creation and performance of innovation. There still are, however, a series of widespread misconceptions surrounding DevOps. This is particularly the case for those starting their migration or adoption journey to the DevOps way of working. It’s only natural that many questions arise. Is there a strong link between developing, managing, and delivering software systems and organizational performance? What can I do to ensure DevOps success?

In this episode of DevOps Voices, DASA Ambassador Irfan Shariff tackles some of these recurrent questions. To do so, he explores DASA DevOps Principles such as End-To-End Responsibility. Find out how important it is to implement an effective cultural shift. Irfan is a consultant with a wealth of experience helping teams and organizations improve the way they develop, deploy, and operate software systems. You don’t want to miss this.

Dimitri van den Broek

Founding Member of DASA®

Dimitri van den Broek is a Founding Member of DASA® and works closely with the global DASA® community to drive and expand DASA®’s solutions for successful DevOps transformations built on value-creation teams. Dimitri is a driving force behind the rapid global adoption of DASA and spearheading the DASA® DevOps Coach program.
Dimitri is a frequent speaker on High Performing DevOps teams and organizes DASA® DevOps Meetups around the world.
Dimitri works in Rotterdam, The Netherlands.

Irfan Shariff

Expert Program - Project Manager, Management trainer & Agile-DevOps coach

Irfan Shariff has extensive experience in managing strategic technology-based business initiatives in a variety of industries – Hi-tech, Financial, Retail. He has deep expertise and an abiding passion for helping organizations use the right mix of traditional project management practices and modern management practices – Agile, Lean, DevOps, Lean Startup, Design thinking, to develop, deliver and operate digital products and systems, at speed and scale.
As a management trainer and Agile-DevOps coach, he writes extensively; speaks at events; trains and coaches individuals and teams on the entire gamut of project and product management practices – both in class and in the flow of work.