Sponsored by Plutora

October 24, 2019

11 AM ET

Value stream mapping is an enormously rewarding process for both finding bottlenecks in your software delivery pipelines and aligning the team’s efforts in improving the shortcomings. Performing an effective mapping session with your team can accelerate your DevOps and digital transformation journey. Join Marc Hornbeek, principal consultant and author of Engineering DevOps, and Jeff Keyes, director of marketing at Plutora, for an engaging “how to” style session on value stream mapping. 

In this webinar you’ll learn:

  • An approach for value stream mapping of end-to-end software pipelines that scales to include large, complex distributed applications and teams.
  • A walk-through of how to create a current state value stream map including the key calculations and metrics.
  • A walk through of a real value stream map created at a large insurance company.
  • Several tips on how to identify the most critical bottlenecks to be targeted for improvement in a future state value stream map.


Marc Hornbeek

Principal Consultant - Author of Engineering DevOps

 Marc was awarded Outstanding Engineer of 2016 by IEEE Western USA Region 6 for outstanding contributions to the field of automation applied to development and testing of networks, systems, protocols, labs and DevOps. Marc has over 39 years of experience architecting, designing, developing and managing high-performance solutions for IT infrastructures that are deployed in commercial and government applications globally. Marc has served as executive, senior management and solution architect for companies such as Trace3, Bell-Northern Research, Tekelec, ECI Telecom, EdenTree Technologies and Spirent Communications. Marc is a regular speaker at DevOps and IEEE events, a blogger on and course author for the DevOps Institute.


Jeff Keyes

Director of Product Marketing, Plutora

Jeff has spent his career writing code, designing software features and UI, running dev and test teams, consulting and evangelizing product messaging.  Outside of 6 years at Microsoft, he has been primarily focused on growing startup companies.