Electric Cloud Presents More Than 20 Sessions at DevOps Enterprise Summit San Francisco

San Jose, CA - October 25, 2017

As the founding partner of the DevOps Enterprise Summit with Gene Kim and IT Revolution, Electric Cloud has programmed several leadership, technical and training sessions to advance DevOps in the enterprise

Electric Cloud, the leader in DevOps Release Automation and Continuous Delivery, today announced 22 speaking sessions at the DevOps Enterprise Summit (DOES17) San Francisco, held November 13-15, at the Hilton Union Square. In addition, the company is hosting two-day technical training sessions ahead of the event, and an executive workshop post-event, led by Electric Cloud’s Strategic Advisor Gary Gruver. Electric Cloud’s conference talks and training sessions are focused on the conference themes of: Getting Business Buy-In; Security & Compliance; Ops & Next-Generation Leadership; Architecture; Technology for Technology Leaders; and Experience Reports.

Together with our founding partner, Electric Cloud, we’ve created an incredible program of DevOps transformations as told by technology leaders across almost every industry vertical,” said Gene Kim, founder of IT Revolution and co-author of “The Phoenix Project” and “The DevOps Handbook.” “Our goal is to help elevate the state of the practice through experience reports and expert talks, to provide all attendees practical takeaways for DevOps success within their own organizations.

Click here for the full breakdown of Electric Cloud’s session at DOES17.

 

1.Electric Cloud Customer and Partner Presentations at DOES17

 

  • Betting on DevOps: How NetEnt Transforms Online Gaming Delivery
    Aloisio Rocha, Agile Product Owner at NetEnt
    “I would share the 4 key tenets and critical paths for our “Ops-first” approach to DevOps, and some of the patterns we used to scale our adoption so quickly – through QA, deployments, App management, and more.”

 

2.Electric Cloud Panels at DOES17

 

  • DevOps In The Enterprise: The Analyst Outside-In Perspective
    Hosted by Sam Fell, VP of Marketing, Electric Cloud
    Sam will be moderating this analyst panel featuring Robert E. Stroud, Principal Analyst, Forrester Research and Torsten Volk, Managing Research Director for Hybrid Cloud, the Software Defined Data Center, Machine Learning and Cognitive Computing at EMA Research.
  • DevSecOps: It’s Not Me or You, It’s WE!
    Hosted By Alan Shimel, Editor-in-Chief, DevOps.com
    Alan will be moderating this panel featuring Anders Wallgren, CTO, Electric Cloud; Robert E. Stroud, Principal Analyst, Forrester Research; John Willis, Vice President of DevOps and Digital Practices, SJ Technologies; Caroline Wong, VP, Cobalt; Paula Thrasher, Director, Digital Services, CSRA, and Shannon Lietz, DevSecOps Leader and Director, Intuit.

 

3.Electric Cloud DevOps Experts at DOES17

 

  • Surviving the “Script-apocalypse”
    Avan Mathur, Product Manager for ElectricFlow
    “This talk covers 5 emerging patterns in DevOps automation, Pipeline design and Organizational design approaches gathered from large enterprises that have managed to climb out of scripting hell. Come learn tips and hard-won lessons for surviving your own “script-apocalypse”!”
  • Releasing Product is THE Killer Feature!
    Wesley Pullen, Chief DevOps Strategist
    “In this talk we’ll share key patterns used by successful organizations to enable, measure and scale DevOps success in the enterprise by creating a delivery pipeline that transcends technology – and translates to great culture, employee satisfaction, and continuous momentum for the business.”

 

4.Electric Cloud Training Sessions at DOES17

 

  • ElectricFlow Product Training
    Held at the Conference venue, Hilton San Francisco Union Square, on Saturday, November 11th and Sunday November 12th. This introductory course is targeted to anyone who will be using or implementing ElectricFlow. The training provides a high level overview of the ElectricFlow platform and focuses on the most commonly used Application Release Automation capabilities including Applications, Pipelines, and Releases. Hands-on labs are incorporated throughout the training so students can gain experience working with the solution.
  • Executive Workshop Led by Gary Gruver: Leading the Transformation “Applying Agile and DevOps Principles at Scale”
    This half-day training is held the day following the conference, on Thursday, November 16th, at the Hilton San Francisco Union Square. The workshop will focus on the changes that Executives are uniquely positioned to address and will have the biggest impact on the business. Instead of the typical transformation that focuses on improving the effectiveness of individual teams this approach focuses the Executives on engaging their management teams to improve coordination across teams with DevOps approaches. Furthermore, the workshop will provide an in-depth review of DevOps, the different practices, and the different inefficiencies they were designed to address. It will highlight how and why DevOps principles can and should be different for coordinating the work across large and small teams.

 

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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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