May Chapter Event - Webinar | The Impact of DevOps on the Business Analyst
In this talk, we discuss how Business Analysts are impacted by the implementation of the DevOps methodology. Specifically, we discuss the history and rise of continuous integration and continuous delivery in SDLC and how it impacts the Business Analyst. Items of consideration include accelerating delivery/shipment of code, working with IT operations teams, new tools, automation, and DevOps Culture. We will dive deep into the DevOps model stakeholders, what their current challenges are and how DevOps can enable them to produce a higher quality product more quickly all while working better together.
Key Learning Areas:
Current state of organizations and their SDLC
What DevOps is and how it can be implemented
A few examples of generic stakeholders as described in the BABOK® Guide
Applying the DevOps context to stakeholder roles
Pain points and enablers of roles associated with successful DevOps style work
SPC4, ICP-ATF, ICP-TAL, MCP, A+, Net+, Linux+, Security+
Director of Customer Engagement
Wednesday, May 8, 2019 at 12:00 PM CDT
11:55 AM Lines Open Up
12:00 PM Webinar begins
12:45 PM Question/Answers
This is an online event. This event is a Webinar and will start at 12:00 PM.
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ASPE’s Michael Roberts is an IT industry professional with more than 20 years of experience in project management, application development, business analysis, IT operations management, and more. With his experience as an executive, he’s guided many companies to successful IT and software projects, and become a skilled strategist who transforms strategic plans into workable solutions and benchmarks performance against key operational targets/goals. Cisco, ComTIA, Microsoft, SAFe and ICAgile certified with extensive scope of responsibility, Michael has a proven track record of delivering optimal results in high-growth environments through initiatives that exceed operational performance targets and yield measurable business outcomes.