DTX-i is an immersive, web-based, DevOps simulation that helps experience the key DevOps Transformation practices and technologies at scale and speed.
DTX-i is where individuals must explore data and implement number of actions including the best practice tools and processes across the IT enterprise to enhance business performance. It also offers vision to the technology leaders and their respective organisations about the essential modules and environment of DevOps Transformation.
What DTX-i is all about?
DTX-i simulates an intricate venture business model which instructs the participants on the strategic DevOps Transformation preferences and gives quick feedbacks on their impact on the company performances in driving DevOps Transformation.
DTX-i Experiential Simulation is a game-changer that can power online education, virtual conferences, virtual instructor-led workshops, or customisable to provide support to the marketing campaigns for software vendors.
Objectives of DTX-i
The objectives of experiential learning – DTX- i would include-
- Taking the lead of a legacy business into a new digital pattern, where it can outsmart the market competition.
- Showcasing the planned challenges which organizations face in enterprise DevOps Transformation.
- Providing an insight of technology practices like Automation, Continuous Testing, CI/CD, Microservices and the tools which helps in DevOps Transformation.
- Assessing the data and executing numerous strategies across the IT enterprise to implementing better business performance based on the stakeholder needs.
- For doing so, consider, experiment, observe and finetune the impact of your choices and how they might perform in the real world.
- Facilitating an immersive and engaging virtual experience.
How does DTX-i implement?
This Experiential Simulation (DTX-i) is delivered over 4 rounds-
Participants are quickly immersed into a real-life complex application development scenario. Chaos ensues, with poor communication and a lack of collaboration resulting in poor business results, higher costs, unstable systems, customer dissatisfaction and many more. As a result, opportunities are lost, and revenues are negatively impacted.
Quarter 2 builds upon the learning outcomes from the previous round and introduces actions to stabilize the systems, help in reducing cost related to outages using various options. The right choice needs to be made to optimize return.
Building on the learning outcomes of Quarter 1 and 2, participants learn that only stabilizing of systems will not help achieve the objectives of the business. New features need to be rolled out with quality and start competing with the competitors.
Building on the learning outcomes of Quarter 1, 2 and 3, participants learn to start balancing between new features and stability. New features may bring new failures. The complete DevOps implementation happens when Dev and Ops works together.
Advantages of DTX-i
Make the best use of DTX-I Experiential Learning, including –
- Accelerating adoption of DevOps across the enterprise
- Turning DevOps opponents into advocates
- Clearly communicates the DevOps case for change
- Accelerating a positive DevOps culture
- Creating shared understanding for Development and Operations around how to work together as a high performing cross-functional team
- Providing new practices that can be executed with immediate effect
Target Audience – Who All Will Benefit from DTX-i?
The DevOps transformation experience simulation is appropriate for:
- Executive buy-in to DevOps initiatives
- Setting the right expectation for strategizing the balance of New Development and Stability of existing systems
- Engaging Development Teams
- Engaging Operations
- Engaging the wider business
According to Head of Infrastructure and SRE, Yeshvanth Nanjundappa’s practice session, “DTX gamification on DevOps transformation is an excellent hands-on experience for individuals involved in the DevOps transformation journey. It combines data, information, process and tools required for an individual to make and take actions for the business to improve performance, while also thinking about DevOps transformation. The use cases in the simulation is almost near real life which also includes how one should balance investments towards stabilization, and as well as modernization of technology.”
He further added: “The tool is easy to navigate, but we’ll need a deep involvement in making sense of available data to move forward. Coupled with Niladri Choudhuri‘s extensive experience and deep understanding of DevOps greatly helps one to gain understanding of what why and how transformations can be achieved. DTX-i is highly recommended for people starting with or involved in transformation journey, including any senior managers.”
Therefore, DTX-i simulation really is a fun way to learn about digital transformation. Hence, take the best of opportunity to make use of experimental and experiential learning – DTX-i.