How E*Trade, Intel, HP, CenturyLink and Bose Automate All the Things? – Watch the Video

This morning on our video chat with the speakers of DevOps Enterprise Summit, we heard from 5 technology experts leading DevOps in large enterprises about how they Automate All the Things. We learned how automation – and, by extension, Automation-as-a-Service – is used by HP, Intel, E*Trade, CenturyLink and Bose in their Dev and Ops organizations.

Watch the video replay to learn more:

This video chat features these Electric Cloud customers speaking at DevOps Enterprise Summit:

Dominic FaraoneDominic Faraone  |  Software Engineer, CenturyLink
Attend Dominic’s talk at DOES15: Implementing CI/CD for Legacy Applications

 

 

JoshSteckler1Josh Steckler  |  Software Engineer, Bose Corporation
Attend Josh’s talk at DOES15: Automating Automation: Build Environments, On-Demand

 

 

LucasGravley1Lucas Gravley  |  Build Architect, HP
Attend Lucas’ talk at DOES15: Self-Healing And Monitoring in a DevOps World

 

 

ManishAggarwal1Manish Aggarwal  |  Software Engineer, Intel
Attend Manish’ talk at DOES15: From Chore to Competitive Advantage: Using Automation to Transform Service Delivery

 

 

ManuelEEdwards1Manuel Edwards  |  Systems Engineering Manager, E*TRADE
Attend Manuel’s talk at DOES15: How Wall Street Does Continuous Delivery

 

 

TanayNagjee1 Tanay Nagjee  |  Solutions Architect, Electric Cloud
Attend Tanay’s talk at DOES15: Better Continuous Integration with Test Acceleration

 

 

You can watch our previous video chats with the DOES15 speakers here, here, and here. Also, be sure to join us on September 24 for another exhilarating chat with Gene Kim and the DOES15 speakers.

Join us at DevOps Enterprise Summit this October in San Francisco, to hear more from these speakers and 70(!) other DevOps experts!

Get 10 off ticket price with code DOES10 »

Sam Fell

Sam Fell is responsible for Product Marketing at Electric Cloud. He is a Dad, a DevOps enthusiast, a technology enthusiast, a “doing things right” enthusiast and an enthusiasm enthusiast.
Sam Fell

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