Electric Cloud presents at leading industry conferences across the country, including FUSION 17, DevOps Enterprise Summit San Francisco and DeveloperWeek Austin
Electric Cloud, the leader in DevOps Release Automation and Continuous Delivery, today announced it will participate in three software delivery industry conferences in November. Company experts will share best practices and tips for advancing DevOps in the enterprise at FUSION 17, DevOps Enterprise Summit San Francisco and DeveloperWeek Austin.
1.Anders Wallgren Presents on Key DevOps Metrics at FUSION 17
FUSION 17 is a three-day conference hosted by itSMF USA. The event is designed for IT service management professionals, offering networking and learning opportunities with the service management leaders.
Join Anders Wallgren, Chief Technology Officer at Electric Cloud, as he presents “Measuring DevOps: the Key Metrics that Matter.” Wallgren will share common use cases and real-world examples to walk attendees through a practical framework for measuring and tracking of DevOps efforts and software delivery performance in order to provide data that can be acted upon.
- Measuring DevOps: The Key Metrics that Matter
- Wednesday, Nov. 1 at 11:30 a.m. EDT
- Orlando, Florida
2.Angelo Lynn Shares Tips for ChatOps and DevOps at DeveloperWeek Austin
DeveloperWeek Austin is a two-day conference designed to recognize the influence that developers have in product development, IT decision making, and strategic business outcomes. DeveloperWeek Austin invites developers to acquire a landscape view of all the tools and technologies that supercharge development.
Angelo Lynn, solutions engineer at Electric Cloud, will be speaking about DevOps and ChatOps in the enterprise. Angelo will share how to easily integrate open source ChatOps integrations (Hubot) with a free DevOps Automation tool (ElectricFlow) and Docker, to orchestrate an entire delivery pipeline and enable on-demand automatic deployments, environment provisioning, on-going monitoring, troubleshooting, and more.
- DevOps and ChatOps in the Enterprise
- Wednesday, Nov. 8 at 10 a.m. CST
- Austin, Texas
3. Electric Cloud Hosts More Than 20 Sessions at DevOps Enterprise Summit 2017
DevOps Enterprise Summit San Francisco (DOES17) is a three-day conference for the leaders of large, complex organizations implementing DevOps principles and practices. The event programming emphasizes both evolving technical and architectural practices and the methods needed to lead widespread change efforts in large organizations.
Electric Cloud, the founding partner with Gene Kim and IT Revolution, will lead more than 20 sessions and two training sessions while covering a wide variety of DevOps topics from continuous delivery and metrics to testing and best practices, and more. For a full list of Electric Cloud sessions and workshops, visit: (http://electric-cloud.com/devops-enterprise-summit/electric-cloud-track-at-does17/). Plus, stop by the Electric Cloud booth for a free demo of ElectricFlow 8.0 and industry-first, DevOps Insight Analytics dashboard.
- November 13-15, 2017
- San Francisco, California
Join @anders_wallgren‘s session at #SMFUSION on Nov. 1: “Measuring #DevOps: The Key Metrics that Matter” https://www.servicemanagementfusion.com/conference/session.aspx?id=325
Join @electriccloud at #DOES17 for more than 20 sessions about #DevOps transformations in the enterprise http://electric-cloud.com/blog/2017/10/join-us-20-sessions-electric-cloud-track-does17/ @DOES_USA
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Electric Cloud is the leader in DevOps Release Automation and Continuous Delivery. We help organizations like E*TRADE, Gap, HPE, Intel and Lockheed Martin deliver better software faster by orchestrating, automating, and accelerating application releases.
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