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IBM DevOps

IBM DevOps

IBM DevOps - Innovate Like a Startup, Scale for the Enterprise

June 8th, 2016






Dave Lindquist

IBM Fellow, VP of Development, Mobile and Cloud DevOps

Innovate or Die: Transform your Business with DevOps

3:40pm-4:15pm

You need to deliver quality applications faster and cheaper, attract and retain customers with an engaging experience across devices, and seamlessly integrate your enterprise systems. And you can't take 12 months to do it.

Learn how DevOps is enabling IBM's own digital transformation, and then hear transformation stories of innovative organizations and their remarkable results. These real-life dramas include hybrid cloud, mobile and legacy systems and include practical lessons you can use to accelerate software-driven innovation.

Speaker Bio:
Mr. Lindquist, an IBM Fellow and VP, is responsible for the development of IBM's Cloud DevOps Services, including: UrbanCode, Bluemix DevOps and our Bluemix Garagre Method. Prior to this role, Dave was the CTO for the IBM Cloud & Smarter Infrastructure Division and the IBM Tivoli Division. In 2007, he was appointed an IBM Fellow, IBM's highest technical honor for his innovation and industry leadership. He joined the IBM Software Group in the mid 90s, where he has focused on the research and delivery of emerging Internet technologies, including Cloud, SaaS, Web infrastructure, Mobile and Wireless technology. His research has led to 48 patents, recognition as an IBM Master Inventor and election into the IBM Academy of Technology.

 






Peter Klenk

IBM Cloud, Offering Manager, Bluemix Garage Method & DevOps

DevOps & Open Technologies - Innovate Like a Startup, Scale for the Enterprise

4:20pm-4:55pm

It keeps your CEO awake at night – your industry getting disrupted by a competitor you didn't even see coming. Winners are quick to adapt; fast to innovate. How do you act like a startup – nimble, energetic and creative – at enterprise scale?

DevOps, fused with open technologies, hybrid cloud and design thinking can close the gap by helping you build an enterprise competency for continuous software-driven innovation.

Join IBM to hear how industry leaders are transforming their organizations, and markets, to win using:
- Innovation culture for multi-speed IT
- Lean and Agile for improved cycle time, cost and
quality
- Experimentation, feedback loops and A/B testing to
optimize customer engagement.

All while deploying updates to production – tens or hundreds of times a day.

Speaker Bio:
Peter Klenk is the product manager for IBM Cloud DevOps, including Bluemix Garage Method and Bluemix DevOps Services. He has more than 20 years of business and technical leadership experience in the software development lifecycle and tools area. While the practices and tools have evolved, the focus on enabling software development teams to work better together and produce extraordinary applications has been constant. Peter led the product management team and was CTO for IBM Rational's automated software quality portfolio, which included service virtualization, functional test automation, and performance testing. Previously he held several development management, architecture, and developer roles for Rational's change and configuration management solutions.






Jim Moffitt

IBM Cloud, DevOps Technical Sales Leader

Automating Deployment for Hybrid Cloud Environments

5:00pm-5:35pm

It's time to say goodbye to the spreadsheet and stressful weekend release "parties".

Learn how to coordinate and automate deployment of applications running across on-premises, Cloud and Hybrid environments. This session will cover best practices, tools and new approaches to release and deployment that reduce waste and increase speed and agility.

Speaker Bio:
Jim Moffitt is the North America DevOps Technical Sales Leader for IBM Cloud. An application architect with over 15 years' experience, Jim works closely with clients progressing along their DevOps transformation, closely examining each client's end to end application delivery process - from idea to production and back again as feedback - helping them optimize their practices and culture. Prior to his current role, he was a senior technical leader and lead architect supporting IBM's CIO organization where he helped lead and implement IBM's own agile and DevOps transformation.

 

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Who Should Attend?
Senior Technologists including CIOs, CTOs & Vps of Technology, Chief Systems Engineers, IT Directors and Managers, Network and Storage Managers, Enterprise Architects, Communications and Networking Specialists, Directors of Infrastructure.

Business Executives including CEOs, CMOs, & CIOs , Presidents & SVPs, Directors of Business Development , Directors of IT Operations, Product and Purchasing Managers, IT Managers.

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