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Welcome to Serverless Craic from The Serverless Edge with Dave Anderson, Mark McCann and Mike O'Reilly. We want to share our tools and techniques so that you can use them to communicate your Technical Strategy with your C-Suite and business owners. We want to help you to build a serverless first organisation. We will show you how to use Wardley Mapping to gain situational awareness of where your cloud applications and business are. And then how to develop your technical capability in away th ...
 
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We've been talking about AWS re:Invent over the last few episodes. But one thing that we haven't talked about is Serverless Espresso. Serverless Espresso is a pop up coffee shop that allows you to order coffee from your phone. In the Expo Hall at the AWS Summit, they have a Barista setup. And you walk up to a QR code with a screen in the background…
 
We've been talking about AWS re:Invent over the last few episodes. But one thing that we haven't talked about is Serverless Espresso. Serverless Espresso is a pop up coffee shop that allows you to order coffee from your phone. In the Expo Hall at the AWS Summit, they have a Barista setup. And you walk up to a QR code with a screen in the background…
 
AWS, What's New? We are post AWS re:Invent. To sum up, it was about the next generation of cloud focused on delivering value quickly by removing barriers to business adoption and enablement. This year there was a solution focus. Previously there was a focus on migration. On Day 1 SiliconAngle published an article called "AWS chief Adam Selipsky hin…
 
AWS, What's New? We are post AWS re:Invent. To sum up, it was about the next generation of cloud focused on delivering value quickly by removing barriers to business adoption and enablement. On Day 1 SiliconAngle published an article called "AWS chief Adam Selipsky hints at the next-gen cloud". He looks at classic cloud versus next-gen cloud. Class…
 
AWS reInvent announcements In this episode we are talking about what we would like to see at AWS re:Invent. The AWS internal teams work towards re:Invent to make their big announcements. Sometimes they have announcements beforehand. But the big announcements will be on stage. What would you like to see? Serverless Services An increase to the enhanc…
 
AWS reInvent announcements In this episode we are talking about what we would like to see at AWS re:Invent. What would you like to see? Serverless Services An increase to the enhancement and evolution of service development capabilities and the ecosystem in general. So more serverless services coming online for items that aren't serverless and iter…
 
It began with the forging of the Great Maps and Simon Wardley We've been talking this week about Wardley mapping. Simon Wardley features in our book 'The Value Flywheel Effect'. Where did you first hear about Wardley Mapping? I first heard Simon Wardley talking at cloud conferences about early cloud. I remember an open source conference and a 20 mi…
 
It began with the forging of the Great Maps and Simon Wardley We've been talking this week about Wardley mapping. Where did you first hear about Wardley Mapping? I first heard Simon Wardley talking at cloud conferences about early cloud. I remember an open source conference and a 20 minute video. When he presented it came across as common sense. Li…
 
What is Engineering Excellence? We are chatting about two things that I think are quite interesting: engineering excellence and well architected. They are two phrases we kick about a lot. And they're heavily featured in the book, The Value Flywheel Effect coming out soon. Few companies will say they don't want good engineering. And we are happy wit…
 
What is Engineering Excellence? Few companies say they don't want good engineering. But they don't define what good looks like. And secondly,engineers are expected to write lots of code. For me, engineering excellence is not writing loads of code. It's about getting into code reliability, feedback loops and how well engineering is functioning. And …
 
We are just back from The Value Flywheel Effect book launch at DevOps Enterprise Summit organised by IT Revolution with Gene Kim and crew. We had a great week doing our book launch. It was great to see the buzz and the content. But getting handed the first copy of The Value Flywheel Effect book made it very real! There was a shelf full of IT Revolu…
 
We are just back from The Value Flywheel Effect book launch at DevOps Enterprise Summit organised by IT Revolution with Gene Kim and crew. Learning Sprint The first thing I did was a learning sprint. I did an hour on creating a cloud strategy with Wardley mapping, which I thought was interesting. I used Ben Mosior's Wardley map canvas from LearnWar…
 
Today we are talking about a big DevOps Conference. And the first book signing of our new book, The Value Flywheel Effect. It's at the DevOps Enterprise Summit on October 18-20 with IT Revolution who also published our book. It's the first live event in three years. DevOps Enterprise Summit is the leading community for driving change in technology.…
 
Today we are talking about a big DevOps Conference. And the first book signing of our new book, The Value Flywheel Effect. It's at the DevOps Enterprise Summit on October 18-20 with IT Revolution who also published our book. It's the first live event in three years. DevOps Enterprise Summit is the leading community for driving change in technology.…
 
This week we look at 'What is Value Engineering?' with BMK Lakshminarayanan from DevOps New Zealand. BMK is based out of Wellington, New Zealand working as Transformation Architect and Independent Consultant for Section Six. He helps customers on containers and cloud with DevOps, modern engineering and architecture practices. He also worked for 15 …
 
This week we look at 'What is Value Engineering?' with BMK Lakshminarayanan from DevOps New Zealand. BMK is based out of Wellington, New Zealand working as Transformation Architect and Independent Consultant for Section Six. He also worked for 15 years with Bank of New Zealand. As part of that work he connected and became a central part of the DevO…
 
How to apply the well architected tool Grady Booch is a fantastic software architect who has done a lot of pioneering software engineering. One of his latest messages says that it's a good thing that AWS, Azure and Google are offering guidance on building with well architected. But he also warns that when cloud providers talk to you about well arch…
 
Grady Booch is a fantastic software architect who has done a lot of pioneering software engineering. One of his latest messages says that it's a good thing that AWS, Azure and Google are offering guidance on building with well architected. But he also warns that when cloud providers talk to you about well architected, it comes with a bias towards t…
 
What is the Second Cloud Transformation? In this episode we are talking about the second cloud transformation. A lot of people are talking about what happens when you get to the cloud? You have already moved to the cloud. But you are not achieving the cloud successes like being event driven or serverless. It can be a surprise for organisations that…
 
What is the Second Cloud Transformation? In this episode we are talking about the second cloud transformation. A lot of people are talking about what happens when you get to the cloud? You have already moved to the cloud. But you are not achieving the cloud successes like being event driven or serverless. It can be a surprise for organisations that…
 
We are talking about Event Driven Architecture examples today. There was an event in London a few weeks ago, called EDA Day. It was organised by GOTO with a lot of AWS contributors. It was neat because it was one day focused on event driven architectures. It showed the coming together of a 15 to 20 year old pattern of EDA, plus serverless. And all …
 
We are talking about Event Driven Architecture examples today. There was an event in London a few weeks ago, called EDA Day. It was organised by GOTO with a lot of AWS contributors. It was neat because it was one day focused on event driven architectures. It showed the coming together of a 15 to 20 year old pattern of EDA, plus serverless. And all …
 
AWS Serverless Services with Paul Swail from Serverless First In this episode the team talk about AWS Serverless Services with Paul Swail. Paul is an independent Serverless Consultant working with and helping teams get started with serverless on AWS. The Value Flywheel Effect Book Review Paul also reviewed our book The Value Flywheel Effect. The te…
 
AWS Serverless Services with Paul Swail from Serverless First In this episode the team talk about AWS Serverless Services with Paul Swail. Paul is an independent Serverless Consultant helping teams get started with serverless on AWS. The Value Flywheel Effect Book Review Paul also reviewed our book The Value Flywheel Effect. The team talk about his…
 
What is Long Term Value? We've spent the last couple of episodes talking about the value flywheel effect and the value flywheel itself. There are four phases: Clarity of Purpose, Challenge, Next Best Action and Long Term Value. We've been talking through each of these phases in detail. And today, we're going to talk about phase four, which is Long …
 
What is Long Term Value? We've spent the last couple of episodes talking about the value flywheel effect and the value flywheel itself. There are four phases: Clarity of Purpose, Challenge, Next Best Action and Long Term Value. We've been talking through each of these phases in detail. And today, we're going to talk about phase four, which is Long …
 
We've been going through the Value Flywheel Effect in the last few episodes. And talking about the different phases. The Value Flywheel is the core mechanism we talk about in our book. There are four phases. The first is Clarity of Purpose, then we have Challenge, Next Best Action and Long Term Value. Today we're talking about Next Best Action. Whe…
 
We've been going through the Value Flywheel Effect in the last few episodes. And talking about the different phases. The Value Flywheel is the core mechanism we talk about in our book. There are four phases. The first is Clarity of Purpose, then we have Challenge, Next Best Action and Long Term Value. Today we're talking about Next Best Action. Whe…
 
It's important that engineers challenge tech strategy. We talk about Challenge in our book: The Value Flywheel Effect. In a previous episode found we went over the Value Flywheel in general. There are four phases: Clarity of Purpose, Challenge, Next Best Action, and Long Term Value. Today, we're going to deep dive into Challenge, which is phase two…
 
It's important that engineers challenge tech strategy. Challenge is about the environment. When you decide on a strategy, do you have the right environment to challenge it? In the last episode, we talked about Phase 1 of The Value Flywheel Effect: Clarity of Purpose and setting direction. The Value Flywheel Effect is our book which is available for…
 
We are looking at how to apply flywheel strategy from our book 'The Value Flywheel Effect, which will be published on 29 November. In the last episode we spoke about the whole model and the four phases. They are Clarity of Purpose, Challenge and Landscape, Next Best Action and Long Term Value. This time we figured we'd deep dive into Clarity of Pur…
 
We are looking at how to apply flywheel strategy from our book 'The Value Flywheel Effect, which will be published on 29 November. In the last episode we spoke about the whole model and the four phases. They are Clarity of Purpose, Challenge and Landscape, Next Best Action and Long Term Value. This time we figured we'd deep dive into Clarity of Pur…
 
Our book 'The Value Flywheel Effect' is being published by IT Revolution Press on 29 November. We thought it might be worth having a chat about what the the value flywheel is. It is something we have painfully discovered over many years of working. Things really start to work well, when you join the business and technology strategy. We came up with…
 
Clarity of Purpose with the North Star Framework For many teams, trying to figure out why you're building what you're building is a good question to ask. I have found out in my career that most teams don't really understand why they're building what they are building. It's interesting to look at the models for creating great software, like The Brit…
 
Today, we decided we'd have a chat about the 8 principles or tenets for a high performance serverless first team. 1. 'Chase a business outcome or a KPI' A team should know what business KPI they're working towards. You should be able to tap a person on the shoulder and have them tell you what they're working on. And what business impact the work th…
 
We found out that 'how to start cloud computing' is a burning issue! We started a meetup in Belfast with our friends Matt Coulter, Gillian Armstrong, Gillian McCann, and Gareth Gilmore. It is called BelfAWSt. And it is a community Meetup in Belfast, to talk about all things AWS! We saw from looking at the topics and listening to the conversations t…
 
We have picked out our top books that have influenced us and our 'The Flywheel Effect' book. 1. 'Continuous Delivery' came out in 2011. And it has been massively influential in how high performing teams deliver their software today. It is still as fresh as it was when it was written. 2. 'Domain Driven Design' describes good domain models and the im…
 
To help you become an awesome software architect, we have picked out our top four books to make 12 in total. We are looking at engineering books have influenced both ourselves and 'The Flywheel Effect' book. 1. 'Continuous Delivery' came out in 2011. And it has been massively influential in how high performing teams deliver their software today. It…
 
This is the sixth and final piece of our Modern Cloud series. Modern Cloud has to represent value for the different personas across the business. The customer is an obvious one. But it's good to talk about internal stakeholders. The CEO and Product personas are very interesting. I think we were happy talking about the Developer and CTO/Architect pe…
 
We are continuing our series on the modern cloud. During our six part series, we've covered an ‘’Introduction to Modern Cloud’, and talked about the CEO, Product and Developer perspectives. Today, we're talking about the technical leader or CTO perspective, which is linked to long term value. As CTO, you need to be on top of this because you own th…
 
We're continuing our conversation on Modern Cloud. There are a couple of previous episodes: an overview of the CEO's perspective and an overview of Product's perspective. I figured we would look at the Developer perspective today. This ties in with our 'next best action' or 'bias for action' concept. Sometimes when you meet with developers, you don…
 
Welcome to our conversation on Digital Product Leaders and the Modern Cloud.First of all, the good news is that our book has been announced: The Flywheel Effect. Let's just get that in there first! But let's continue our discussion on the modern cloud. We've talked about what the modern cloud is from the perspective of the CEO. What about from the …
 
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