Two Frames on Development and Operations
DevOps and Serverless, two frames for making sense of the waves of change in IT. Moving beyond a modernist organizational concept, large enterprises and start-ups alike are no longer simply asking “can this be automated (the modernist conception)” but are instead turning towards understanding “what it will mean when this is automated”.
After a brief introduction of the modern management concept (industrialization) and a quick review of the various conceptions of capital (capital, human, social), this DevOps Conference keynote will use each of the frames to point towards issues that contemporary IT organizations will need to grapple with in the near future.
Jabe Bloom, co-founder and Chief SocioTechnical Officer at PraxisFlow, has over twenty years of experience as an executive leader of software and product development companies. He has focused on connecting design with software engineering and operational excellence, serving in executive roles including as a chief architect, principal technical director, chief technical officer, and chief executive officer.
As an academic, international consultant, and keynote speaker, Jabe teaches design, strategy, innovation, and flow. He addresses topics as lean systems, lean UX, complexity theory, strategy deployment, management as design, temporally informed design, and design thinking.
He is currently pursuing a Ph.D. in design studies at Carnegie Mellon University. His research focuses on understanding how temporality can better inform transition design and informs an ongoing exploration of the practice of design and strategy with a select group of international clients. He holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in photography and philosophy from Bard College (NY).