Drive DevOps Success

Organizations that succeed in DevOps (and DevSecOps) adoption recognize that it requires driving technical and cultural change simultaneously.

Courses and Coaching

DevOps is an outcome-driven culture.

Because DevOps is not just a framework of tools and processes, successful adoption requires a combination of training and coaching.

DevOps Fundamentals and Master Class

Take your skills and knowledge to the next level.

Value Stream Mapping

Focus on this key component of creating organizational change.

DevOps Coach Certification

Build your skills and be the DevOps Coach for your team.

Individual (1:1) Coaching

Accellerate your personal growth and development.

Team Coaching

Become a high performing
T-shaped team.

Organizational Consulting

Get recommendations from seasoned experts.

Become an expert

Join the ranks of DASA certified DevOps Coaches worldwide, and help lead your organization’s transformational journey.

DevOps Principles

Many definitions of DevOps exist. In our experience, we’ve found DASA’s 6 core principles to be remarkably effective in guiding the transformational journey.

Combined with a well defined competency model and years of experience in the trenches around the world, our experts are like no others.

Customer-Centric Action

Today’s organizations must incorporate real customers into short feedback loops, with courage to take action to optimize their experience.

End-to-End Responsibility

Often, teams define “done” as delivery of software – failing to incorporate customer experience. Organizations must redefine “End-to-End” to include performance support until end of product life.

Automate Everything

To adopt a culture of continuous improvement, your team must eliminate as much waste as possible. Automate everything you can – not just software.

Cross-Functional Teams

High performance T-shaped teams must be empowered throughout the product lifecycle, fully accountable from concept to grave.

Create with the End in Mind

Let go of traditional waterfall and process-oriented models, and learn to become a contemporary product company, focused on continuously delivering value to your users.

Continuous Improvement

End-to-End responsibility also means constantly adapting to changing circumstances – customer needs, new technology, and more.

“Today’s workforce does not want to be managed. They want to be led by those who will empower and support them.”

As the leader or manager of a team consisting of workers from all generations, we need to ask ourselves the following question:
“How am I to successfully lead or manage?”

John Ruppel, DASA Ambassador to the U.S.

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