What is the future of DevOps and Continuous Delivery? Join our CrowdChat on 9/25 to Find Out

On Thursday, September 25 at 12:30 p.m. PDT, I have the pleasure of hosting a CrowdChat with IT Revolution founder and noted DevOps author and researcher Gene Kim to discuss the future of DevOps and Continuous Delivery. Join us to interact with software delivery experts at Blackboard, CSG International, Nordstrom, Pivotal Labs and SimplifyOps to learn how they address the challenges of adopting and scaling DevOps and CD practices across the enterprise. We will also be discussing the upcoming DevOps Enterprise Summit that will be held Oct. 23-23, 2014, in the San Francisco Bay Area.

What is a CrowdChat? A CrowdChat is a virtual event organized around a hashtag on CrowdChat.com. Anyone can join the CrowdChat and participants can view the conversation and comment via Twitter, Facebook, and LinkedIn by adding a specific hashtag to their post or tweet, or by going directly to CrowdChat.com.

How to join the CrowdChat:
Visit https://www.crowdchat.net/DOES14# and when the CrowdChat goes live on Thursday, September 25 at 12:30 p.m. PDT, be ready to interact with the CrowdChat hosts and participants. You may also join the CrowdChat by adding #DOES14 to your tweet, LinkedIn post or Facebook post during the scheduled CrowdChat time.

When you participate in the CrowdChat you may ask any question about DevOps and Continuous Delivery or simply sit back and watch the online conversation unfold between people who are driving large-scale transformations within their organizations.

We invite you to join the conversation and share your thoughts on DevOps and Continuous Delivery and where they are headed. Ask your most pressing questions about DevOps and Continuous Delivery and learn from the experts so you can accelerate your software delivery pipeline and deliver better software faster.

Crowdchat Hosts:

leadership-steve-brodieSteve Brodie, CEO of Electric Cloud

 

 

Gene KimGene Kim, DevOps author and researcher and IT Revolution Founder

 

 

 

John FurrierJohn Furrier, Co-founder of CrowdChat and Founder of SiliconANGLE

 

 

 

CrowdChat Participants:

(in alphabetical order)

photo_courtney-kissler-290x339Courtney Kissler, Senior Director, Selling Technology Management, Nordstrom

Courtney supports program management, delivery and support for the in-store customer mobile app team, innovation lab and continuous improvement program.

 

 

photo_david-ashman-290x339David Ashman, Chief Architect, Blackboard Learn, Blackboard Inc.

David Ashman is the Chief Architect of the Blackboard Learn product, Blackboard’s flagship teaching and learning platform, and is responsible for the overall technical vision and leadership of the product.

 

 

Damon Edwards headshotDamon Edwards, Co-Founder of SimplifyOps

Damon Edwards focuses on growing and supporting SimplifyOps’ user communities. He has extensive experience working on both the technology and business ends of IT operations.

 

photo_elisabeth-hendrickson-290x339Elisabeth Hendrickson, Director of Quality Engineering, Pivotal Labs

Elisabeth works on Cloud Foundry, Pivotal’s Open Source PaaS and has many years of software development experience, including programming, testing, test automation, technical writing, quality engineering and management.

 

photo_scott-prugh-290x339Scott Prugh,
Chief Architect, CSG International

Scott leads many of the large scale open platform architecture teams for CSG’s next generation products and has been instrumental in bringing “Lean Thinking” as well as process and IT optimization to the landscape at CSG.

Steve Brodie

Steve Brodie

Steve Brodie is the Chief Executive Officer at Electric Cloud. He has over 25 years of experience as a leader in the enterprise software industry, introducing new technologies to the market for both venture-backed startups and leading enterprise IT organizations. Prior to joining Electric Cloud, Steve was Group Vice President and General Manager of the Application Lifecycle Management Business Unit at Serena Software, where he spearheaded the Orchestrated ALM strategy as well as the company's entry and growth in release management, a cornerstone technology for DevOps. Steve holds a Bachelor of Science degree in computer and systems engineering from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute and is a graduate of the executive management program at the University of Washington.
Steve Brodie

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