Electric Cloud presents seven events in June to advance devops adoption and measurement for organizations looking to accelerate software delivery across IoT, embedded and web applications

San Jose, CA - June 1, 2016

Industry events and online podcasts featuring technology experts help engineers and IT executives optimize and scale their DevOps efforts

Electric Cloud, the leader in DevOps Release Automation, today announced seven upcoming industry events taking place in June. These events feature industry thought leaders who share best practices for successful IoT software delivery, KPIs for measuring your DevOps transformation, and Continuous Delivery practices for non-web applications.

1Anders Wallgren Speaks about the Challenges of IoT Software Delivery at ThingsExpo Conference

The Internet of Things Expo (ThingsExpo), co-located with DevOps Summit and CloudExpo, is the largest IoT event in the world. The three day conference features expert speakers and panelists covering IoT from the consumer, enterprise and developers perspectives.

Wallgren will share challenges, tips and best practices used by IoT developers to streamline and accelerate product design, development, test and manufacturing.

2Andreas Dharmawan Shares the Differences Between IoT Teams at LiveWorx Conference

LiveWorx is a premier IoT business event where industry leaders, entrepreneurs, innovators and engineers share insights on breakthroughs in IoT technology. The event includes tracks covering the manufacturing, service, design, and development of IoT.

Dharmawan, vice president of technical field operations at Electric Cloud, will outline the differences in tooling, processes and culture between different IoT teams, and best practices for coordinating the three main teams and application components comprising an IoT service: Big Data, embedded device and Mobile.

3Anders Wallgren Presents Best Practices for Agile for Embedded Software at Agile DevWest

Agile DevWest conference, co-located with Better Software West and DevOps West, helps Agile practitioners discover the latest in Agile methods, technologies, tools and principles.

Wallgren will cover tips and best practices used by some of the largest embedded and IoT manufacturers to adopt and scale Agile        methodologies to accelerate software delivery and transform their business.

4Live Video Podcast: Continuous Discussions (#c9d9) Episode 43 – DevOps and Continuous Delivery for Non-Web Applications

Continuous Discussions is a live video podcast for discussing Agile, DevOps and Continuous Delivery. Each episode focuses on a different topic relating to modern software delivery, and features different speakers from the DevOps community.

The June 14 #c9d9 will focus on best practices and practical use cases for DevOps and CD for non-web applications, such as Hardware, Embedded and IoT.

Among other panelists, this episode features speaker Juni Mukherjee, author of “Continuous Delivery Pipeline – Where Does It Choke?“, J. Paul Reed – Managing Partner at Release Engineering Approaches and host of the ShipShow podcast and Stephen Hendrick – principal analyst at ESG.

5Avan Mathur Presents on Key Metrics that Matter When Measuring DevOps at StackWorld

StackWorld is San Francisco’s largest DevOps and scalability conference.

Mathur will walk through best practices for identifying the metrics to track and optimize for assessing your current state of delivery success, your pipeline performance and your DevOps transformation.

6Avan Mathur and Sam Fell Present on “Automating all the Things – for Free” at StackWorld Virtual Conference

StackWorld Virtual Conference is an extension of the StackWorld conference taking place in San Francisco, CA, June 27-28.

Avan Mathur and Sam Fell from Electric Cloud will present a workshop on “Automating ALL the Things: Taking Advantage of Free Tools to Automate Your End-to-End Release Pipelines”.

Using a real use case and a live demo, they will show how you can use a free DevOps Release Automation tool – ElectricFlow – to orchestrate your entire software delivery pipeline. Avan and Sam will create a fully-automated release pipeline, tying-in common tools that you likely use in your process from CI build to Release: including Git, Jenkins, Selenium, Docker, and more.

  • “Automating ALL the Things: Taking Advantage of Free Tools to Automate Your End-to-End Release Pipelines”.
  • The Virtual Talks will be made publicly available June 27 on the StackWorld website http://www.stackworld.com

7Live Video Podcast: Continuous Discussions (#c9d9) Episode 44 – Fostering a Culture of Continuous Improvement

This #c9d9 will feature experts discussing tips for creating the right team dynamics and organizational structure to encourage a culture and practice of  continuous improvement – which is critical for the advancement of your DevOps transformation.

 

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Tune in for new #c9d9 episodes at 10 am PT on 6/14 & 6/28 @electriccloud http://electric-cloud.com/c9d9 #DevOps #IoT #CD

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On 6/8 join @anders_wallgren at @ThingsExpo and Andreas Dharmawan at @LiveWorx for their presentations on #IoT software delivery

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Join @avantika_ec at @StackWorld_ on 6/27 for her talk on the #DevOps metrics that matter

 

About Electric Cloud, Inc.

Electric Cloud is the leader in DevOps Release Automation. We help organizations developing enterprise web/IT, mobile and embedded systems applications deliver better software faster by automating and accelerating build, deployment and release processes at scale. Leading organizations like Cisco, E*TRADE, Gap, GE, HP, Intel, Lockheed Martin, Sony and Qualcomm use Electric Cloud solutions and services to boost DevOps productivity and Agile throughput, while providing a scalable, auditable, predictable and high-performance pathway to production.

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