Electric Cloud’s Customers HPE, Intel, Urban Science, Bluware to Share DevOps Transformation Stories at DevOps Enterprise Summit San Francisco

San Jose, CA - November 1, 2016

Electric Cloud’s own DevOps experts will also join customers and other technology leaders for nine talks at the event, sharing best practices for adopting and scaling modern software delivery practices, such as Microservices, Containers, Continuous Delivery for databases, and more.

Electric Cloud, the leader in DevOps Release Automation, today announced that several of its customers and company representatives will present at this year’s DevOps Enterprise Summit (DOES16) in San Francisco (http://events.itrevolution.com/us/). Electric Cloud is the founding partner of DevOps Enterprise Summit, which will take place November 7-9 at Hilton San Francisco Union Square.

Speakers will discuss DevOps transformation stories at large enterprises, and share best practices to help fellow technology leaders overcome challenges and successfully scale DevOps across the organization.

“Each year, the DevOps Enterprise Summit serves as the premier event for companies looking to scale DevOps in large, complex organizations,” said Steve Brodie, CEO of Electric Cloud. “We’re excited to hear all of the first-hand DevOps transformation stories, and are looking forward to connect with other industry leaders to discuss solutions and patterns for success around the challenges we collectively face as a community.”

Electric Cloud’s customers participating at DOES16 represent a diverse range of industries, and will deliver five unique presentations. They will cover important milestones along their own DevOps  journeys, including the proliferation of ChatOps, the importance of automation and creating a centralized, on-demand Pipeline repository, the role of DevOps champions, and more.

These sessions include:

  1. Daniel Perez, Build & Deploy Architect (HPE), Doubling-Down on ChatOps in the Enterprise
  2. Manish Aggarwal, Software Tech Lead (Intel), Intel’s “Middle-Out” Journey to DevOps
  3. Marc Priolo, Software Configuration Manager (Urban Science), “Are we there yet?” Continuous Improvement and Scaling DevOps at Urban Science
  4. Eddie Garcia, DevOps Practice Manager (Bluware, Inc.) The Inside-Out of Creating a DevOps Movement

Electric Cloud employs some of the most passionate experts in the software delivery world, who help tackle the biggest problems that enterprise customers face on a daily basis.  In addition to customer presentations, Electric Cloud’s executives and technical experts will offer the latest on scaling DevOps and Continuous Delivery with microservices, DevOps reports and dashboards, database deployment strategies, Pipeline design for scalability and resiliency, and more. Electric Cloud also offers product training for ElectricFlow and ElectricAccelerator during the event (http://electric-cloud.com/devops-enterprise-summit/does16-electric-cloud-training-information/).

Electric Cloud presentations include:

  1. The Future of DevOps in the Enterprise: Trends and Predictions
    (Steve Brodie, CEO, Electric Cloud)
  2. Microservices and Docker at Scale: the PB&J of Modern Application Delivery
    (Anders Wallgren, CTO, Electric Cloud)
  3. Best Practices for Designing Your Pipelines for Scalability and Resiliency
    (Avan Mathur, Product Manager, Electric Cloud)
  4. CD for DBs: Database Deployment Strategies
    (Chris Fulton, Global Technical Account Manager, Electric Cloud)
  5. Dashboards for DevOps: How to Set Up The Right Reports to Help Teams Monitor the Metrics that Matter
    (Brian Price, VP Commercial Services and Dave Page, Senior Systems Engineer, Stratus Solutions)
  6. DSL at Scale: Source-Code based orchestration
    (Greg Maxey & Laurent Rochette, Solutions Architects, Electric Cloud)
  7. Practical Tips for Converging ITIL and DevOps with ElectricFlow and ServiceNow
    (Chris Fulton, Global Technical Account Manager, Electric Cloud)
  8. Automate ALL the Things: Taking Advantage of Free Tools to Automate Your End-to-End Release Pipelines
    (Avan Mathur, Product Manager, Electric Cloud)
  9. Advanced Patterns and Use Cases for DevOps at Scale with ElectricFlow – Lightning Talks Round
    (Electric Cloud’s technical field and PM team will lead a series of 9 fast-pace lightning talks that cover the nuts and bolts for some advanced use cases supporting enterprise pipelines with ElectricFlow)

DOES16 is almost sold out! Be sure to get your ticket now before it’s too late: (http://events.itrevolution.com/us/)

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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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