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Kelsey Hightower on Kubernetes, DevOps engineers and digital transformations

Kelsey Hightower is a Staff Developer Advocate at Google, co-chair of KubeCon, the largest Kubernetes conference, and the author of the very first “here’s how you install Kubernetes on your laptop and play with it” post.
In reality, Kelsey needs absolutely no introduction in the cloud native world. I’m always amazed at how open and approachable this guy is! I managed to grab some of his time and here are some parts of what turned out the be one of the most interesting conversations I had on cloud native topic.

Mind the Hump – how the market influences your delivery approach

Last week we had an opportunity to host our friend Andrea Tomasini and discuss ORGANIC agility. One of the key things Andrea mentioned is that an organization should behave differently depending on the maturity of the market in which it operates. On the left-hand side of the hump, the organization is in the “sell-to-make” mode – it first has to sell the product (the idea!) to the customers in order to come in the position to actually produce it! On the right-hand side of the hump, the organization is in the “make-to-sell” mode – the product is known, there is nothing new to discover, the organization needs to build the product as efficiently as possible and sell it with the best margin it can get.

On DevOps, enterprises and writing books with Emily Freeman

DevOps is all about collaboration, maximizing value for end users and removing bottlenecks. As Emily says, “we humans have reached a point in our evolution at which technology is evolving faster than our brains”. In effect, we have made ourselves the next bottleneck to be resolved.