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We have partnered with the authors of Team Topologies, Matthew Skelton and Manuel Pais, to bring you Team Topologies Tools. Created by experienced IT consultants Matthew and Manuel, these tools will help develop a strong understanding of the concepts and encourage application of the ideas generated by Team Topologies.
Matthew and Manuel have worked with many organizations around the world to help them shape their teams for modern software delivery, and Team Topologies is the result of that experience. Team Topologies is a clear, easy-to-follow approach to modern software delivery with an emphasis on optimizing team interactions for flow.
Team Topologies was written to codify some good patterns that Matthew and Manuel had seen working in the industry and to define some patterns and terminology around team-based software delivery. These patterns and approaches increase the quality and clarity of team interactions within organizations involved in building and running software systems, enabling faster flow and better outcomes for users and organizations.
In the book, Matthew Skelton and Manuel Pais share secrets of successful team patterns and interactions to help readers choose and evolve the right team patterns for their organization, making sure to keep the software healthy and optimize value streams.
These card shapes were created by Matthew and Manuel to help model organisation design and team interactions within your organisation based on the ideas in the book Team Topologies.
Battle-tested in training sessions around the world, these shapes help to visualise and explore different options for team responsibilities and interactions for organisations building modern software systems.
The shapes are pre-cut and simply pop out of the card.
The well-known DevOps Topologies patterns for assessing team relationships for modern software delivery have been used by organisations around the world. Created by Matthew Skelton, the DevOps topologies patterns compare and contrast effective and ineffective patterns for organising teams for modern software delivery. These patterns are point-in-time snapshots of team relationships.
These posters summarise the information captured in DevOps Topologies patterns.
Display these posters on your office wall to remind yourself and your team of bad and good patterns for software delivery!