by Gene Kim on
@CharlesTBetz: @hmickman returns to #DOES19 now in her role at Optum, discussing the problems of unifying API mgmt to enable dev data access. https://t.co/Y6dnO4oaP5
@OGCherryhomes "Over 2000 people were involved in the efforts that @hmickman described" (!!)
@danielhsloan: Mind boggling stats shared by @hmickman from UHC, the world’s largest healthcare company. Massive undertaking to ‘platform enable’ data to unlock developer productivity. #DOES19 https://t.co/9Clg5sVI7H
@TheWilliamChia: “Some APIs had 10 different versions running in production and this was an artifact of years of project-based work rather than product-based work” @hmickman #DOES19 https://t.co/dRLcij2mSj
@DOES_USA: Modernizing a large engineering team starts with....people 👫👭👬 @OGCherryhomes #DOES19 https://t.co/qQKSMHQBcS
@FawzyManaa: Insulate mainframes and core data sources, yet allow for multi-channel consumption at scale @hmickman #DOES19 #DevOps https://t.co/GCJb4gMika
@OGCherryhomes "we went from quarterly releases to two releases per day; 235 user stories deployed this year"
@jaydestro: Gene typoed this - 2531 a year!!! they went from 1 release per 3 months to 2 per day.
@johnny_a: @Optum went from quarterly releases to multiple releases each day through adoption of devops and automation #DOES19 https://t.co/AJ8p2OXgr1
I am so dazzled by the Adidas journey by @fernicorni and @bennyGrimm!!!
@shaunnorris: Another emerging theme from the first morning of #DOES19 - Platform Engineering teams. The industry continues to move away from legacy ITIL-bound teams to teams running infra platforms as a product. @optum and @adidas talks this am both good examples of this.