As the Pet Clinic team progress with their DevOps transformation they have increased their use of 'DevOps' tooling in support of the transformation. Tools introduced include GitHub for source code management and version control, Jenkins for continuous integration and continuous delivery, and Artifactory for binary management.
In parallel to the adaption of tooling Paulo is encouraging the team to continue to work to evolve their culture. Chun states that in her opinion transforming the culture is just as important, if not more important as the introduction of new tooling in successful DevOps transformations.
The primary goal of the Pet Clinics DevOps transformation is to reduce the time it takes the Pet Clinic development team to deliver business value into production. The software delivered has to be defect free with problems being detected and corrected as early as possible in the development cycle. The adaption of DevOps promotes practices which enable and demand better communication and thus collaboration between development teams and IT Operations.
With Chun help and guidance, the Pet-Clinic DevOps transformation is focused on
Dan the developer and Adam the SRE have suggested the team evaluate and potentially use ChatOps in support of CAMS.
The team that will participate in the investigation of ChatOps is
|Chun DevOps coach supporting the transformation effort|
|Paulo Product Owner for the Pet Clinic application|
|Santhosh Scrum Master who is facilitating the DevOps Kaizen events|
|Dan Developer working on the Pet Clinic application|
|Adam IT Admin representative participating in the DevOps transformation|