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Terms to Add [glossary]

  • Change Failure Rate
  • Definition of Done
    • Microsoft’s DevOps DoD: “Live in production, collecting telemetry that that examines the hypothesis which motivated the deployment.” (https://www.slideshare.net/WillyPeterSchaub/devconf-moving-65000-microsofties-to-devops-with-visual-studio-team-services)
  • Key Performance Indicators
    • Microsoft’s DevOps KPIs:
      • Usage
        • Acquisision, Engagement, Satisfaction, Churn, Feature Usage
      • Process Velocity
        • Time to Build, Time to Self Test, Time to Deploy, Time to Learn
      • Live Site Health
        • Time to Detect, Time to Communicate, Time to Mitigate, Customer Impact, Incident Prevention Items, Aging Live Site Problems, SLA per Customer, Customer Support Metrics
      • Things we don’t watch
        • Original estimate
        • Completed hours
        • Lines of Code
        • Team capacity
        • Team burndown
        • Team velocity
        • Number of bugs found
  • Deployment Hypothesis
    • Microsoft’s DevOps definition:
      • “We belive (customer/business segment) wants (product/feature/service) because (value proposition)”
  • Feature Flags
  • Live Site Incidents
    • Microsoft DevOps definition:
      • Create LSI conference bridge
      • DRI’s brought in to call
      • Gather data for root cause analysis
      • Mitigate
      • 5-15 minutes
      • Every action recorded
      • Rotate people during long running LSI’s
      • Repair Items to prevent reoccurrence and improve detection time
  • Jidoka
  • Heijunka
  • Muda
  • Muri
  • Mura
  • Kata
  • Gemba
  • Kanban
  • Kaizen
  • Poka-yoke
  • Circuit Breaker
  • War Game
  • Program Management
    • Microsoft DevOps definition:
      • Team responsible for WHAT we’re building and WHY we’re building it
  • Bug Cap
    • Microsoft DevOps definition:
      • <# on team> x 5 = bug cap. If # bugs exceeds cap, stop feature work.
  • Architectually Significant Requirements
  • Service Owner Model
  • Runbook
  • Service Oriented Architecture (SOA)
  • Subject Matter Expert (SME)

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