The pressure is on for businesses to deliver better software faster, and it’s not letting up. While smaller organizations have benefited from DevOps for some time, a growing number of large organizations are starting to recognize the potential of DevOps to transform their software delivery process. These companies, however, face enterprise-specific challenges, such as empowering small teams to work independently within complex legacy architectures.
In his latest book, “Starting and Scaling DevOps in the Enterprise,” renowned DevOps expert Gary Gruver provides a quick, user-friendly guide that’s a must-read for any large organization needing to understand how to start and succeed with DevOps in the context of their own IT environment. The book offers insight into how to get buy-in from across the organization on a DevOps implementation plan, and how to scale their DevOps operation. It also illustrates how companies can analyze their current development and delivery processes to achieve immediate, positive impact on productivity as well as continuous improvement.
About Gary Gruver
Gary Gruver is an experienced executive with a proven track record of transforming software development processes and working with executives in large organizations. As co-author of A Practical Approach to Large-Scale Agile Development, he documented how HP revolutionized software development while he was the director of the LaserJet Firmware development lab at HP. As VP of QE, Release, and Operations at Macys.com he led their transition to continuous delivery. Gary currently lives in Idaho with his wife and enjoys skiing, hiking, and mountain biking.