Do you have a DevOps Checklist?

Last updated by Brook Jeynes [SSW] 5 months ago.See history

DevOps (Developers and IT Operations) is a phrase used to describe the relationship and/or communication between Developers and IT Operations.

A DevOps checklist is a simple document that allows development teams to note all of the tasks related to monitoring and application life cycle along with their quality metrics and place them into one of three categories:

  1. Always Tasks
    Always Tasks are tasks that should be performed before the start of a new PBI.
  2. Daily Tasks
    Tasks that are performed at the start of each day.
  3. End of Sprint Tasks
    Tasks that are performed at the end of each Sprint.

Basic Action / Task Format

Actions or Tasks follow a basic format of: Action / Task Name | Where the task can be performed | Quality Metric

Action Table

Figure: Good example of a Basic Action Table format

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