DTX-i is a highly interactive experimental learning workshop which demonstrates the business value and positive impact of a DevOps approach.
Accelerate Understanding and Adoption of Complex Messages
DTX-i is a vastly immersing, virtual, single player strategy simulation that connects and educates people at a greater scale. This web-based knowledge offers vision to the technology leaders and their respective organisations about the essential modules and environment of Digital Transformation.
DTX-i simulates an intricate venture business model which instructs the participants on the strategic Digital Transformation preferences facing organisations and gives quick feedbacks on their impact on the company performances.
DevOps Transformation 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.
THE SIMULATION IS TYPICALLY DELIVERED OVER 3 ROUNDS
ROUND 1 – CHAOS
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 development costs, longer testing times and more. As a result, opportunities are lost and revenues are negatively impacted. Following the first round, a review is facilitated to identify the issues and to discuss how a DevOps approach could drive improvement.
ROUND 2 -IMPROVED
Round 2 builds upon the learning outcomes from the previous round and introduces processes such as Service Virtualization, Minimum Viable Product iterations, Fail Faster and more. This drives maturity and empowers the teams towards automation, building a more collaborative culture, and ultimately improved business results.
ROUND 3 – OPTIMIZED
Building on the learning outcomes of Round 1 and 2, participants learn that instilling a DevOps culture is key to achieving operational excellence. Participants experience a pronounced shift in the reduction of development times and the number of errors each application had before reaching operations. Through collaboration, streamlining, automation and repeatable practices, participants realize improved ROI and optimized business results.