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BMK Lakshminarayanan

BMK Lakshminarayanan

Value Stream Architect, Bank of New Zealand

Biography

BMK is a passionate Value Stream Architect with over 20 years of ICT experience with the Bank of New Zealand. He is an advocate for modern engineering & developer practices including Cloud Native, Microservices for Enterprise Agility, architecting for Continuous Delivery (CD), DevOps, Open-source software. He is a polyglot and polymath.

He is a CNCF Ambassador, DevOps Institute Ambassador and Continuous Delivery Foundation Ambassador. As a DevOps enthusiast, leads DevOps and a continuous delivery community of practices. He is one of the core organizers for the DevOpsDaysNZ conference and co-chair for Cloud-Native Summit – Wellington.

BMK hosts the Wellington CNCF meetup for cloud-native enthusiasts and The Future of ICT meetup to help students, people returning to work or looking for career opportunities in ICT.

Overcoming The Enterprise Great Disconnect

As we step into the eleventh year of the term “DevOps”, it is now mainstream in most organizations. It makes into the Strategy & Board meetings, CIO presentations, press releases and success parties.

As most of the organizations just scratching the surface, there is a lot to take on when it comes to any transformation initiatives. Primarily focusing on – Speed & Stability. Organizations have realized that – hundreds of deployments do not matter, but matters what – the “Value” to the customer.

In this presentation, BMK will share his study on most of the Enterprises’ states, reflecting on how the pressure is more on “IT” to deliver value faster. However, the rest of the organization operations and processes are still slow, e.g., funding the initiatives, Architecture, governance, etc.

BMK’s talk will cover and help you to explore:

  1. Optimizing the organizational functions and processes to “Flow.”
  2. Make the work & flow visible to everyone.
  3. Measure what matters – the “Flow” with the help of Flow Metrics
  4. Finally – make the right thing, the easy thing.