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DevOps From a Different Dataset: What 30M Workflows Reveal About High Performing Teams

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Sponsored by gremlin & circleci


Wednesday, October 21, 2020
1 pm EDT

In this talk, I’ll cover a view into anonymized team data from millions of DevOps workflows to share insights, behaviors, and metrics that help teams build better software faster, and look into characteristics of success that we can measure through data. Finally, I’ll cover what we can infer from team behavior, callout a few tools, start a language war, and provide takeaways for the audience to benchmark the performance of their own software delivery teams.

Michael Stahnke
VP Platform - CircleCI
Michael Stahnke is VP Platform at CircleCI running SRE, Security, and tooling. Prior to this, he worked at Puppet running PE, Platform engineering as well as SRE. He is an established author where he has co-authored two State of DevOps Reports and recent Data-Driven approach to CI. He is also a popular speaker and has attended various DevOps Days, CTO Summits, Puppetize conferences and more. He founded the package repository EPEL and wrote a book on SSH in 2005.

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