Published on September 23, 2015
1. + Change Management for Agile IT Hosted By: Adam OBrien Product Marketing Manager SunView Software email@example.com Presented By: George Spalding Vice President, Pink Elephant
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3. Today’s Presenters Adam OBrien - Host Product Marketing Manager – SunView Software @theadamobrien firstname.lastname@example.org George Spalding - Presenter Executive Vice President – Pink Elephant Co-author, ITIL V3 Continual Service Improvement core volume 2012 Ron Muns Lifetime Achievement Award Winner @gspalding
4. Agenda • Introductions • ITIL and Agile IT: 5 Key Observations • Implementing Change to Support Agile IT • Q & A
5. Poll Question What is the status of DevOps in your organization?
6. Pink Elephant – Leading The Way In IT Management Best Practices ITIL vs. DevOps George Spalding Executive Vice President Pink Elephant
7. “Reports of my death have been greatly exaggerated…” © Pink Elephant, 2015. All Rights Reserved.
8. #1: ITIL® Functions and Processes don’t fit the digital enterprise. DevOps does. © Pink Elephant, 2015. All Rights Reserved.
9. The Digital Enterprise “An organization that takes a ‘digital-by-default’ approach to the design of pretty much everything” Highly disruptive market entrants are overturning long established business models New patterns of technology procurement, ownership and deployment also result © Pink Elephant, 2015. All Rights Reserved.
10. Case against ITIL “New business and organizational models, coupled with new ways of buying, owning and operating technology, means that the fundamental structure of ITIL itself is no longer relevant ” © Pink Elephant, 2015. All Rights Reserved.
11. Is ITIL Really Dead? • Will people still design, deploy, manage, update, and retire business services? • Will the integrity and performance of those services impact business performance? • Will there still be incidents, problems, changes, releases, configurations, and assets to track, etc.? © Pink Elephant, 2015. All Rights Reserved.
12. #2: ITIL® Kills Business Agility. DevOps promotes Agility. © Pink Elephant, 2015. All Rights Reserved.
13. Business Agility “A timely response to a change in market conditions or corporate strategy that affords a competitive advantage” Increasing pressure to reduce service delivery and update times Demand for greater business unit empowerment and self-service Delivery times measured in minutes not weeks, in some cases real-time © Pink Elephant, 2015. All Rights Reserved.
14. Case against ITIL “ITIL is big, unwieldy and was written in a time when deadlines were measured in months not minutes. Business has moved on and ITIL hasn’t caught up.” © Pink Elephant, 2015. All Rights Reserved.
15. Perhaps a little ITIL… • Always remember that ITIL is a means to an end and never the end – do just enough ITIL to achieve your objective(s) • Have you ever witnessed AGILITY without CONTROL (hint: it doesn’t end well) • Automation can play a significant role in ensuring precision with speed. But automation is only possible with a very mature process © Pink Elephant, 2015. All Rights Reserved.
16. #3: ITIL® Won’t support The Internet of Things © Pink Elephant, 2015. All Rights Reserved.
17. Internet of Things “Technology assets outside the scope of traditional IT that are IP enabled and connected to the enterprise network ” e.g. Networked manufacturing equipment, sensors, smart meters, vehicle fleets etc. etc. A subset of the more general Internet of Things, but focused on commercial or institutional applications Tend not to be owned and managed by traditional IT teams. More likely owned by Business Units. Volumes are increasing exponentially… © Pink Elephant, 2015. All Rights Reserved.
18. Case against ITIL “The business side of The Internet of Things will soon come to dominate in the enterprise and ITIL will have nothing to offer” © Pink Elephant, 2015. All Rights Reserved.
19. • If an asset is operationally significant enough that you care about its stability and integrity then it needs to be managed • ITIL has never cared what “things” are managed and most of the guidelines would be unchanged • People have been using the basic ITIL principles to manage non-traditional IT for years © Pink Elephant, 2015. All Rights Reserved.
20. #4: ITIL® Won’t (Can’t) Scale © Pink Elephant, 2015. All Rights Reserved.
21. Scale “The explosion of network enabled devices will create a technology infrastructure of unprecedented scale and complexity” 5 billion connected things in 2015 – 25 billion by 2020 By 2020, there will be more than 44 billion terabytes of data The number of enterprise applications optimized for mobility will quadruple by 2016 © Pink Elephant, 2015. All Rights Reserved.
22. Case against ITIL “ITIL was conceived before the era of digital transformation and didn’t predict the explosion in technology infrastructure. The processes will break as device volumes increase exponentially ” © Pink Elephant, 2015. All Rights Reserved.
23. Time to Pick & Choose • ITIL contains no intrinsic constraints on the scale of the operation under management • There will be lots of devices and things but how much is individually mission-critical? • Automation and Abstraction will be key: Automated management of tiers of infrastructure © Pink Elephant, 2015. All Rights Reserved.
24. #5: ITIL® and DevOps are Incompatible. IT shops must choose one or the other. © Pink Elephant, 2015. All Rights Reserved.
25. DevOps “DevOps is a software development method that emphasizes continual deployment of incremental releases Aims to accelerate the lifecycle of software development and provide a smooth transition into operations Seeks to maximize the predictability, efficiency, security, and maintainability of operational processes. Incorporates Agile, SCRUM, Sprints and other development methodologies with QA and Ops Best Practice © Pink Elephant, 2015. All Rights Reserved.
26. Case against ITIL “ITIL has focused totally on Ops since its first version. ITIL has left Dev to the coders. Development & Operations are procedurally and philosophically opposed and never the twain shall meet” Dev Ops ITIL © Pink Elephant, 2015. All Rights Reserved.
27. ITIL & DevOps can Co-Exist • The Goal of ITIL is successful service delivery • ITIL clearly references the value of Agile-based approaches • Confusion can arise when organizations strive to go ‘Agile everywhere’ • Dev and Ops are now on the same page. The case for DevOps is too compelling to ignore © Pink Elephant, 2015. All Rights Reserved.
28. In Summary… • DevOps is definitely the good-looking new kid. But it’s more than just a pretty face. • DevOps and its mantra of continuous delivery marks the end of the Waterfall method. Today’s digital enterprises must be truly Agile to remain competitive. • But the basics of IT, the blocking & tackling, have not really changed. • A solid ITIL foundation can underpin a fast-moving IT shop and protect its investment in the future. • True creativity is built on a rock-solid and dependable infrastructure. 28 © Pink Elephant, 2015. All Rights Reserved.
29. Adam OBrien - Host Product Marketing Manager – SunView Software @theadamobrien email@example.com
30. Opportunity Automation critical for achieving efficiencies in all modes of IT delivery…..ITIL or DevOps
31. Recommendation Make Change Management a priority Single Source of Truth for ALL Changes Increase visibility for risk and compliance management Establish Different Modes of Change to Balance Speed, Quality and Risk Streamline Processes ITIL , DevOps, Business,… Speed change processing and increase adoption Integrate Change into DevOps Toolchain Automate Capture of Change Records with Artifacts Improve collaboration and build auditable history
32. We’ve Listened… Engineered to Support Agile IT Multi-Modal Change Workflows DevOps Tool Chain Integration CAB/Peer Review Processing Change Manager Dashboard Service Management Integration New Release Fall 2015
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