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CALMS @DevOps

CALMS is an acronym originally developed by John Willis and Damon Edwards in 2010, and later further refined by Jez Humble, as a way to understand the key pillars and concepts that underpin DevOps.

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DevOps Introduction

In many organizations, Development and Operations teams operate in silos, unable to deliver value. Each group has different responsibilities, priorities, and goals, creating a wall of confusion. Each group establishes its practices and procedures, creating unnecessary bureaucracy and waste that hinders the value streams. This silo mindset increases reliance on systems and tools that eventually become obsolete and forced to work with short-term patches and intentions to repair things later. DevOps emerged to help I T find the balance between change and stability that the business requires to deliver value. This short video is the introduction to DevOps Fundamentals Course.

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Cafeteria Plan

The cafeteria plan is a benefit provided by the employer that allows employees to contribute a certain amount of their gross income to designated account (s) before calculating taxes. The employer’s contributions are non-taxable. This example is an excerpt of a full e-learning created for a client.

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Objectives and Key Results (OKRs)

Objectives and Key Results, known as OKRs is a powerful tool that helps businesses regardless their size and industry achieving strategic goals. This example is a short introduction to OKRs. It also explains how to set, track and align OKRs using worksheets if the company does not have a software tool.

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