Value Stream Management

Value Stream Management (VSM) is used to chart and understand the critical steps in a specific process, quantifying the time and volume taken at each stage, to identify key constraints like slow hand-off interactions.

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Optimizing DevOps Workflows

As Wikipedia describes Value Stream Mapping is a lean-management method for analyzing the current state and designing a future state for the series of events that take a product or service from the beginning until it reaches the customer.

A value stream map is a visual tool that displays all critical steps in a specific process and easily quantifies the time and volume taken at each stage.

DevOps Institute

The DevOps Institute explains why it is necessary, stating it’s essential to understand the flow of work across the value stream from the idea to software deployment and ensure that we set up feedback loops until the customer or the user realizes the business value.

Helen Beal, Chief Ambassador for the Institute, shares this comprehensive presentation that demonstrates combining the power of DevOps with Value Stream Management provides unparalleled insights into the progress of DevOps adoption.

Best Practices

An ongoing article series on implementing value stream management best practices.

How CIOs can use value stream management to adopt a digital-first mindset.
A foundation for ‘Software Factories’ can be achieved by leveraging the same Lean Manufacturing principles used by them to optimize production rates.

Mapping DevOps value streams enables the team to understand how work flows through the different functions, right from idea inception through to deployment.


A Unified View across Technology Value Streams and Software Value Delivery Metrics. New enhancement offers out-of-the-box DORA metrics and Value Stream Flow metrics.

The Channel Partners Marketplace lists members and showcases their partnering program.

The Channel Partners Marketplace lists members and showcases their partnering program.

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