How to Effectively Lead High Performing Engineering Teams in 2022 with RedMonk and Honeycomb
What are the foundational elements of a high-performance engineering team? Better yet, what even defines “high-performance” in the world of engineering and DevOps? While there’s no silver bullet, a few common threads make up the fabric of engineering teams that set the standard for velocity, quality, and innovation. RedMonk’s James Governor (Co-founder and Analyst) and Honeycomb’s Charity Majors (Co-founder & CTO) discuss what it takes to be the best of the best, based on their own experience and their engagement with modern engineering teams across the globe. You’ll walk away with practical steps to improve your team’s performance in 2022. Specifically, you’ll learn: - How to release faster with less risk - Different engineering org structure patterns and their pros and cons - How to make being on-call suck less for your team - The emerging cloud trends that you should be paying attention to - What telemetry tech debt to bite off that the future you will thank you for
Ep. #9, High Performance DevOps with Jez Humble
In episode 9 of o11ycast, Charity and Rachel sit down with Jez Humble, Co-Founder and CTO of DevOps Research and Assessments (acquired by Google since this session was recorded), to discuss DevOps security and how a team's culture relates to their success.
The Socio-Technical Path to High Performing Teams - With Animation
We are far behind where we should be as a profession when it comes to how much of our effort is wasted on work that doesn't move the business forward, and this is in large part because our ability to understand our systems is so wretched—and we don't even know it. Charity Majors shares how observability tools and culture fix that blind spot and allow team to innovate on the right work for the right people—their users.
Observability Maturity Community Research Findings 2021
Our report takes a look at the observability landscape and how practices are evolving. Learn where your organization is on the observability maturity spectrum and see how organizations on the higher end of the spectrum are realizing the benefits.