Continuous Discussions (#c9d9) Podcast, Episode 61: Mapping DevOps into an ITIL Framework


My very first c9d9 was a hoot!

This morning on Continuous Discussions (#c9d9) podcast, we had a contentious topic (and, interestingly, turned out to also be a hilarious topic – as we seem to have managed to laugh our way through the entire, lively, discussion):

As DevOps gains more ground with large organizations, is ITIL still necessary?

How is ITIL evolving? Can ITIL and DevOps work together? How?

Tune in to hear about:

  • Some of the use cases for mapping DevOps practices into an existing ITIL framework?
  • What are some of the challenges?
  • What are some best practices for DevOps processes in ITIL- around Change Management, Incident Management, Audit and Compliance, as well as new technologies– such as Microservices and Containers.

Watch the replay of the episode –

This episode features:

Robert Stroud
Robert Stroud
Principal Analyst, I&O, Forrester. Immediate Past ISACA Intl President. DevOps, Agile, Cybersecurity, IoT, SDDC, Governance, Security & ITSM
Kaimar Karu
Kaimar Karu
Head of Product Strategy and Development @ AXELOS || Co-author of ITIL Practitioner Guidance (2016) || President at #itSMFest
Mike Kavis
Mike Kavis
VP/PrincipaI Architect @ CloudTP Analyst at Forbes & The Virtualization Practice. Author of Architecting the Cloud. No hype, just lessons learned
Chris Fulton
Chris Fulton
Global Technical Account Manager @ElectricCloud. Helping large enterprises transform their software delivery with #DevOps & #ContinuousDelivery


On the next episode of #c9d9:

Pipelines-CD-and-Traditional-ReleasesEpisode 62: Coordinating CD and Traditional Pipelines/Releases

Join us on February 14 to discuss best practices for coordinating CD and traditional pipelines and releases.

This episode will feature:

Aaron Nichols
Aaron Nichols
Aaron is an Infrastructure Engineer focused on helping dev teams build systems which are resilient, transparent, and embrace change
Martin Cron
Martin Cron
Technologist, Writer, Photographer, Teacher, Evangelist, Diplomat, Heretic
Mark Dalton
Mark Dalton
Enabling Enterprise Software for Continuous Everything.
Michael Chletsos
Michael Chletsos
Michael has been straddling the world of Dev and Ops, now working remotely with teams across the world to help improve their workflows.

Add the event to your calendar »

Continuous Discussions (#c9d9) podcasts air every other Tuesday. See all episodes here.

Chris Fulton

Chris Fulton

Chris Fulton is a Global Technical Account Manager at Electric Cloud.He is a new father, technology geek, travel enthusiast, and is especially interested in new and emerging solutions to build, package, and deploy software in the global economy of today.He has an extensive background in improving complex build and release processes.
Chris Fulton

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