What exactly is DevOps, its connection to cloud native architecture, and how does this approach to software delivery benefit the organizations that take it on? In this video, software architecture veteran Matt Stine connects DevOps to cloud native architecture. He illustrates the underlying principles of DevOps through the lenses of the Three Ways and shows how DevOps balances the business goals of agility and resiliency. From there, he examines two architectural qualities—modularity and observability—that enable highly functional teams to align with the business value streams that autonomously deliver and operate software.
- Learn about the DevOps best practices that produce agile and resilient software
- Discover how small cross-functional teams architect systems for modularity and observability
Matt Stine, a 17-year veteran of the enterprise software industry, is the host of "Software Architecture Radio," a podcast where hands-on practitioners discuss modern software patterns and practices. An in-demand conference speaker (SACON, JavaOne, OSCON, YOW!), Matt wrote the O'Reilly title Migrating to Cloud-Native Application Architectures; works as a technical product manager for Cloud Foundry and Spring at Pivotal; and serves as technical editor of NFJS the Magazine.
Table of contents
- Title: Designing Cloud Native Architecture for DevOps
- Release date: April 2017
- Publisher(s): O'Reilly Media, Inc.
- ISBN: 9781491989203
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