DAOPS Foundation recently hosted its “Global DevOps Development Forum” in Santa Clara, California. The meetup, which was held May 13, was hosted by Jeff Liu, a DevOps expert from Google, and drew DevOps experts from Tencent, JFrog and JD.
The topics of this meeting were the history of DevOps and the introduction of DevOps capability maturity model. Liu shared the theme of DevOps’ development and current situation: Before the advent of DevOps, the lack of communication between development and operations teams always made it difficult to solve problems when they happened.
Since 2007, a movement to combine development and IT operations has occurred in Europe, and people are increasingly aware of the importance of combining the two. With the development of the movement, the scope of this concept is also expanding. It is no longer simply the communication between developers and IT operations personnel, but has been extended to the entire development life cycle, from the beginning of the process to the automation through deploying solutions in incremental build systems. The term “continuous delivery” is now used, especially for dynamic applications deployed on the internet. DevOps capability has become the focus of many enterprises’ transformation; we need to continue to move forward in the repeated failures and find out the suitable transformation path for ourselves.
During the meeting, Liu invited experts from JFrog shared their understanding of DevOps and expectations for the future.
The meeting was also the opening ceremony of DAOPS Foundation. Liu and Kohsuke Kawaguchi attended the meeting as governing board members. Alan Shimel, editor in chief of DevOps.com and another board member, was unable to reach the scene for personal reasons, but sent a welcome via video recording. As partners in future course development of DAOPS Foundation, Jayne Groll, CEO of DevOps Institute, also sent her founding wishes.
About DAOPS Foundation
As an international organization, DAOPS Foundation hopes to gather experts from home and abroad to work together to improve the IT engineering efficiency (R&D efficiency) of enterprises in different industries around the world and to assist enterprise transformation. This is also called Advanced Software Engineering Model (ASEM), which based on DevOps framework. DAOPS Foundation introduces ASEM.
Future tasks of DAOPS Foundation:
- International DevOps Capability Maturity Model and ASEM output
- Open Source Product Promote
- GNSEC-Global Next Software Engineering Conference
- Lesson based on DevOps Capability Maturity Model and ASEM
- Enterprise DevOps Promotion Program
- Technical Publication
DAOPS Foundation conference attendance:
- Participate in Cloud Expo-Hong Kong, May
- GNSEC Taipei Station, June
DAOPS welcomes your participation as co-founders or individuals. If you are passionate about DevOps or AIOps and are enthusiastic about the future development of DevOps and AIOps, we sincerely invite you to join our team to contribute to the future development of DevOps and AIOps.