The Second Annual InformationWeek DevOps Virtual Summit

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With content built around three pillars of DevOps strategy – Agile Management, Continuous Delivery, and Agile Operations – we can help you master your digital transformation – and you don’t even need to leave your office. Be prepared to lead a digital transformation in your company!

Speakers

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Eric Bruno
CONTRIBUTING EDITOR, WRITER, SPEAKER
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Gene Kim
FOUNDER, AUTHOR, RESEARCHER, SPEAKER, DIRECTOR
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Dan North
AGILE COACH, OPTIMIZER OF ORGANIZATION, TECHNOLOGIST, PROGRAMMER
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John Willis
EVANGELIST, AUTHOR, FOUNDER, CHIEF ARCHITECT
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Eric Warheit
SENIOR MANAGER, PRODUCT OWNER
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Kazi Whitfield
DIRECTOR
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Daniele Romano
PRODUCT OWNER
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Aruna Ravichandran
VICE-PRESIDENT, SPOKESPERSON
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Jeff Scheaffer
SENIOR VICE-PRESIDENT, GENERAL MANAGER
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Dr. Anastasia Boulais
BLOGGER, WRITER, NUTRITIONAL HEALTH AND FITNESS

Start

January 1, 2016

End

December 31, 2016

Address

Online Event   View map

At this virtual summit, you’ll interact right from your desktop with experts in the field of DevOps as well as your own peers in the IT community. You’ll learn how to:

  • Remove app dev bottlenecks
  • Improve testing and development
  • Optimize portfolio management

 

WHY ATTEND?

Businesses are no longer kicking the tires on DevOps. But many companies that have begun their DevOps journey are now experiencing obstacles to optimization. As business technology becomes increasingly software-centric, optimizing the collaboration between development and operations is fast becoming IT’s number one priority. Furious demand from the business units and customers for faster development cycles, immaculate software quality, and enriched system performance means it’s time to make sure you have a reliable DevOps strategy in order.

 

AGENDA

One of the concerns is that DevOps is still more of a philosophical concept than it is a precise set of prescriptive guidelines, leading many companies to improvise when they should be standardizing. Additionally, some companies still aren’t reliably demonstrating the iterative, flexible, and disciplined methodology that has been the hallmark of the Agile movement.

  • SESSION 1 “MY TOP FOUR DEVOPS DISCOVERIES” 
  • SESSION 2 “DIGITAL TRANSFORMATION AND DEVOPS: REAL COMPANIES AND REAL SUCCESSES”
  • SESSION 3 “‘OPS AND OPERABILITY’ – HOW TO TREAT OPERATIONS LIKE A FIRST-CLASS CITIZEN”
  • SESSION 4 “DEVOPS EXPERTS PANEL: FRONTLINE INSIGHTS IN CONQUERING COLLABORATION”
  • SESSION 5 “TOOLING THE NEW SOFTWARE FACTORY: WHICH TECHNOLOGIES ARE CRUCIAL?”