DevOps practices are supplanting traditional SDLC as a game changer. Software is now developed analogous to an assembly line and delivered often and not as a large project when everything is put together. In this presentation, Randy will discuss what the DevOps pipeline is and how it is used. He’ll map the traditional V-model to the DevOps pipeline and will explain the foundational elements of a lean ALM, strong Software Configuration Management (SCM), orchestration, and QA. Working software is the primary measure of a software project’s progress (an Agile Manifesto principle). Randy will explain how test automation fits into the DevOps pipeline to ensure working software. Discover how DevOps minimizes rework by delivering smaller batch sizes with higher quality that allow customers to provide fast feedback by getting working functionality in front of customers quickly.