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Learn from the Experts: Using DORA Metrics to Accelerate Value Stream Flow

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Sponsored by Plutora


Tuesday, March 3, 2020
11am EST

When responding to digital disruption, organizations are embracing DevOps practices and value stream thinking, but find it tough to measure their progress.

Organizations need to find a way to make it easy to inspect team and global metrics for incremental adaptation to accelerate the flow of value through every team’s workflow or pipeline. In this webinar, we’ll explore how to automate transparency into the 4 key metrics for throughput and stability as defined by DORA’s Accelerate State of DevOps Reports.

Join Helen Beal, DevOpsologist at Ranger4, and Jeff Keyes from Plutora for this webinar where they will teach you about the key metrics for DevOps success.

Looking through a value stream lens they will show you:

  • What the key metrics are;
  • How to make it easy for people to use them;
  • How they evolve flow over time.
HELEN BEAL
DevOpsologist - Ranger4 Limited
Helen Beal helps people practice DevOps principles in real-world organizations for Ranger4. She describes herself as a “DevOpsologist,” as her main role in her working life is to study the inputs and outputs of the thinking systems that make up DevOps and what value outcomes they deliver that we can measure. Helen is also a product owner and member of the Board of Regents at the DevOps Institute and a DevOps editor for InfoQ. Outside of DevOps, she is an ecologist and novelist.
She once saw a flamingo lay an egg and has a particular fondness for llamas.
JEFF KEYES
VP of Product - Plutora
Jeff has spent his career writing codedesigning 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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