Earlier this week the third annual DevOps Days Austin took place. Given that it was Cinco de Mayo, and given that it was Austin, as we walked in on the first day we were greeted by a mariachi band.
Also on the first day we were treated to an opening keynote by Andrew Clay Shafer. Shafer, aka Littleidea, is among other things a DevOps bon vivant and all around muser on concepts and systems big and small.
Take a listen as Andrew gives an overview of his talk and answers questions. For your reference, his slides are embed below.
Some of the ground Andrew covers:
- The history of the Japanese Samurai and how this parallels DevOps’ trajectory
- How will DevOps evolve over the next three years
- What needs to happen for DevOps to ultimately be successful
Still to come
You’ll want to stick around over the next few weeks as I post 10 more interviews from DevOps days Austin. I’ll be talking to people from Puppet, Chef, CFEngine, AppDyamics, New Relic, SumoLogic, Rackspace, Pager Duty, Dell Cloud Manager and Cote.
- Andrew’s Velocity talk: There is no talent shortage
Pau for now…