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Modern software teams usually strive for Continuous Delivery of business impact with a DevOps mindset: you build it, you run it. With short iterations and continuous feedback loops, teams deploy new software to production daily.
As a software architect, it can be difficult to shape your role working in such a a fast-paced world. With daily deployments, is there even time for software architecture? How do you prevent being a delaying factor to the pace and success of a team? And how do you keep up?
In this session, I’ll share my experiences working in a DevOps world as a software architect. We’ll look at the ideas behind DevOps and plot them to the domain of software architecture. I’ll talk about “just enough” architecture, about moving from up front design to evolving architecture, and will share lots of experiences and tips along the way. After this session, you’ll have practical insights and tips in how to work as an architect with a DevOps team.
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