Do all three
Pick just one
You can’t manage what you can’t measure.
Talk to us about measuring full stack performance of applications prior-to, during, and after migration. (Email Matt Sladky at email@example.com)
Learn from others in the NoVA DevSecOps online discussion community.
Create your braintrust and learn from them as much as you can (no less than 15-30 minutes daily). Start with:
Technology is the easy part; people and process is much, much harder. You will need patience and perseverance.
Avoid the biggest possible mistake you could make at this point: do not drop new processes on top of your team. Agility cannot be mandated.
With you team, examine everything you’re doing and ask: do we have to do it this way? Work this question on a regular basis for a few months while learning to embrace agile.
Does your team have the necessary skills to start? Git is the foundational skill that all developers must have.
Does your team have the necessary tools to start? Or too many tools to deal with to not get bogged down?
Who on your team doesn’t have the necessary attitude? You need the right people to be successful. It isn’t uncommon to need to replace 50% of a legacy/waterfall group.
If you are migrating an application, is it the best one to start with?
It can take 9-12 months to have a team that is ready. You will need patience and perseverance.
Email me directly at firstname.lastname@example.org if you’d like to discuss your specific software development challenges.