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Roman Pickl

Elektrobit Austria GmbH, Austria

Biography

Roman is an experienced speaker at conferences, a technical project manager at Elektrobit and former CTO at fluidtime. He has comprehensive experience in project management, the technical coordination of national and international projects and the optimisation of business and development processes. Roman Pickl studied business management and commercial information technology at the Vienna University of Economics and Business and the University of Technology, Sydney, as well as software engineering at the University of Applied Sciences Technikum Wien. There he specialised in the fields of entrepreneurship & innovation management, project & process management and information management as well as software evolution and mobile computing.

Talk

Getting Out of Quicksand, With DevOps!

Join me in this talk about why high workload leads to increasing waiting times and is detrimental to your project’s success. We will not only talk about queuing theory and capacity management, but also about devops strategies to cope with high utilization and how to start a virtuous circle.

Teams often find themselves in high workload situations, showing symptoms of overload and being to busy to implement the necessary changes or adopt the state-of-the-art tools to get the upper hand.
This is a story of how we applied the Three Ways of DevOps to get out of a state we referred to as quicksand (The more you fight it, the more it pulls you in).

I will not only talk about queueing theory and capacity management, but also about DevOps strategies to cope with high utilization and how to start a virtuous circle.

Key Takeaways are:

* Crisis situations are opportunities for change
* Often it takes fresh eyes or at least courage to see the problems
* High workload leads to increasing waiting times
* Get out of the quicksand with devops:
* Quantify the work and set goals
* Measure
* Less is more
* Automate the right things
* Establish a continuous improvement process
* Start a virtuous circle

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