Case Study

Lessons Learned From a DevOps Transformation

How do large organizations embrace DevOps?

Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) figured out the secret to moving toward DevOps: start with a few sparks (passionate developers) and some dry tinder (well-chosen projects).

Like any large enterprise, HPE faced its own challenges, such as silos, organizational roles, skeptics, project choice, and uncertainty about how to measure its success. But the large global enterprise is already reaping benefits from its ongoing DevOps journey.

In Through the DevOps Looking Glass: Learnings from HPE’s Own Transformation Initiative, Stratecast and Frost & Sullivan take you through the HP organization and its adoption of DevOps.

Like other large organizations, HPE had a lot to deal with:

  • 30,000+ developers
  • 100,000+ tests run daily
  • 825,000+ change requests in one year
  • Millions of lines of code changed every day
  • Billions of employee transactions

The profile of HP’s R&D organization isn’t that different than other large enterprises with diverse development teams and upgrade, deployment, and performance requirements. HPE harnessed its resources, found passionate DevOps champions, and began seeing positive results in its multi-pronged rollout effort.

Through the DevOps Looking Glass: Learnings from HPE’s Own Transformation Initiative takes you through the company's journey, from the beginning to its current state. You’ll learn how the company rallied around DevOps, the planning that went into its trials, and who was involved.

Additionally, this report details the processes involved in the pilot, as well as the lessons HPE has learned along the way. As the rollout continues, HPE R&D IT’s DevOps project team has learned valuable lessons, ranging from who should champion the initiative to which projects to choose for DevOps. You’ll learn what you need to support your own DevOps projects—and when to call in an outside expert.

Download Through the DevOps Looking Glass: Learnings from HP’s Own Transformation Initiative, and learn valuable lessons from a global organization that was in the same position you were.

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How do large organizations embrace DevOps?

Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) figured out the secret to moving toward DevOps: start with a few sparks (passionate developers) and some dry tinder (well-chosen projects).

Like any large enterprise, HPE faced its own challenges, such as silos, organizational roles, skeptics, project choice, and uncertainty about how to measure its success. But the large global enterprise is already reaping benefits from its ongoing DevOps journey.

In Through the DevOps Looking Glass: Learnings from HPE’s Own Transformation Initiative, Stratecast and Frost & Sullivan take you through the HP organization and its adoption of DevOps.

Like other large organizations, HPE had a lot to deal with:

  • 30,000+ developers
  • 100,000+ tests run daily
  • 825,000+ change requests in one year
  • Millions of lines of code changed every day
  • Billions of employee transactions

The profile of HP’s R&D organization isn’t that different than other large enterprises with diverse development teams and upgrade, deployment, and performance requirements. HPE harnessed its resources, found passionate DevOps champions, and began seeing positive results in its multi-pronged rollout effort.

Through the DevOps Looking Glass: Learnings from HPE’s Own Transformation Initiative takes you through the company's journey, from the beginning to its current state. You’ll learn how the company rallied around DevOps, the planning that went into its trials, and who was involved.

Additionally, this report details the processes involved in the pilot, as well as the lessons HPE has learned along the way. As the rollout continues, HPE R&D IT’s DevOps project team has learned valuable lessons, ranging from who should champion the initiative to which projects to choose for DevOps. You’ll learn what you need to support your own DevOps projects—and when to call in an outside expert.

Download Through the DevOps Looking Glass: Learnings from HP’s Own Transformation Initiative, and learn valuable lessons from a global organization that was in the same position you were.