Team Topologies
Organizing business and technology teams for fast flow: book + training + consulting

Team Topologies Resources

Useful tools and guides for team-first organization design for software delivery

Videos and slides

Key concepts

What are the core team types in Team Topologies?

Matthew Skelton and Manuel Pais - co-authors of the book Team Topologies - discuss the four core team types defined in the book Team Topologies and how these help to achieve a good flow of change and reduce cognitive load for people working on software systems. More: https://teamtopologies.com/ (TT 205)

What is a Thinnest Viable Platform (TVP)?

Matthew Skelton and Manuel Pais - co-authors of the book Team Topologies - discuss the concept of a Thinnest Viable Platform (TVP) and what this means for organizations building and running modern software systems. More: https://teamtopologies.com/ (TT 201)

Background info

The original DevOps Team Topologies patterns

In 2013, Matthew Skelton published the original DevOps team topologies patterns, which have become the industry standard for discussing the merits and drawbacks of different team designs for software delivery. Since 2015, Matthew Skelton and Manuel Pais have been curating the DevOps team topologies patterns at devopstoplogies.com

The DevOps team topologies patterns compare and contrast effective and ineffective patterns for organizing teams for modern software delivery. These patterns are point-in-time snapshots of team relationships.

The DevOps Topologies collection of patterns (diagrams and descriptions) by Matthew Skelton and Manuel Pais is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0 International License.

The DevOps Topologies collection of patterns (diagrams and descriptions) by Matthew Skelton and Manuel Pais is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0 International License.