Designing Sustainable Ops Cultures

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Designing Sustainable Ops Cultures

21 August 2019

London

Added 01-Aug-2019

DevOps focuses on making software production as efficient and streamline as possible. With innovation in CI/CD, the demand for fast pace change and staying as up-to-date as possible is at a high. But about about the developers working on it? In this keynote, Ryn Daniels explores with us the best way to avoid burnout in Ops Teams through improved on-call practices for the betterment of all. Don't miss it!

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PROGRAMME

18:30-19:00 Sign-in and get settled

19:00-19:45 Ryn's presentation

19:45-20:00 Q&A

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Designing Sustainable Ops Cultures

DevOps focuses on making software production as efficient and streamline as possible. With innovation in CI/CD, the demand for fast pace change and staying as up-to-date as possible is at a high. But about about the developers working on it? In this keynote, Ryn Daniels explores with us the best way to avoid burnout in Ops Teams through improved on-call practices for the betterment of all.

Every organization needs to consider how to make its operations culture sustainable. One aspect of making a workplace culture sustainable for the humans in it is burnout. This talk will look at ways to design an engineering culture in a way that can prevent burnout on operations teams. It will discuss the different factors that contribute to burnout and how those can manifest in modern ops environments, the ideas around resilient culture design and how both ops managers and ICs can make concrete changes to build more sustainable on-call practices.

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