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DevOps, Dependencies and SAFe — Unifying Value Streams to Accelerate Delivery


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Sponsored by Plutora

Wednesday, January 13, 2021
11 a.m. ET

With SAFe, a major lean objective is to maximize customer value by achieving the shortest sustainable lead-time while maintaining the highest possible quality products and services. But to fully realize this vision, you need to leverage more than just planning in your SAFe implementation. You need to take a systems approach and optimize the flow of work across your entire value stream.

While SAFe does integrate DevOps to accelerate value delivery to the customer, it does not completely bridge DevOps and planning processes or manage inter-team dependencies. To take a systems approach to SAFe from idea to delivery, you need Value Stream Management to unify your value stream toolchains.

Join Helen Beal, chief ambassador at DevOps Institute, and Jeff Keyes, VP of product at Plutora, to discuss how to leverage Value Stream Management and accelerate your value delivery through DevOps while managing risk in your SAFe implementation.

Learn how:

  • Scaled Agile requires a systems thinking approach to value streams
  • How to manage your DevOps evolution as part of a SAFe implementation
  • How Value Stream Management enables lean governance and flow of work optimization
Helen Beal
Chief Ambassador - DevOps Institute
DevOps and Ways of Working speaker, writer, consultant, coach and learning facilitator. Member of the DevOps Institute Board of Regents. Member of the DevOps World Advisory Board; Member of the Jax DevOps Advisory Board; DevOps Editor at InfoQ and a contributor to devops.com
VP of Product - 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.

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