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The need for new paradigms in IT services provisioning

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A short presentation given at the Deep Learning community meeting at the TU Vienna on March 17th, 2020. I just had a 5 minutes slot and I thought I would share a couple of things I've been doing/thinking about lately.

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The need for new paradigms in IT services provisioning

  1. 1. The need for new paradigms in IT services provisioning
  2. 2. What inspired me Paving the Last Mile to Production: Putting the "O" in DevOps, a webinar by Travis Greene, Mark Levy and Ian Bromehead from Micro Focus
  3. 3. They define DevOps as The Engine to Drive Digital Transformation
  4. 4. Advantages of DevOps  increased speed in service delivery  reduced risk These days of #coronavirus make it clear why it is crucial to be able to adapt quickly to change.
  5. 5. The DevOps shift from to
  6. 6. Issue with the monolithic approach  it doesn’t scale
  7. 7.  development pushes for change  operations aim at stability High performance organizations are those who are able to find a good balance of these two objectives … that are not mutually exclusive Dev versus Ops
  8. 8. Disclaimer I’m not an expert in any of these things.
  9. 9. But I used to work as a “sysadmin” in the last century. When I started working at the TU-Wien things didn’t seem to have changed that much. Lately I’m experiencing changes in first person in my daily job and I want to contribute to the devops shift I’m observing.
  10. 10. Concretely Some changes since last summer in our team:  introduction of automation tools (ansible)  cross-team use of Gitlab for continuous integration  more systematic testing  cooperation across teams
  11. 11. More concretely For the LBD(*) cluster this is how we set up security (authentication/authorization):  LDAP and Kerberos fully managed by ansible  many ansible scripts inherited from the VSC team  Gitlab for source control used daily  introduced testing protocols that can be easily translated into automated scripts
  12. 12. Credits  Lukas Linauer for doing the whole Ansible/Gitlab/LDAP/Kerberos setup and development  Elias Wimmer for introducing us to Ansible
  13. 13. Another source of inspiration: The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People, by Stephen Covey
  14. 14. What is a habit  an internalized principle attitude skill knowledge
  15. 15. Let’s begin  learning  doing  motivating
  16. 16. Thank you for your attention.

A short presentation given at the Deep Learning community meeting at the TU Vienna on March 17th, 2020. I just had a 5 minutes slot and I thought I would share a couple of things I've been doing/thinking about lately.

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