FIRESIDE CHAT

Is your DevOps ROI falling short?

Thu, Apr 8, 2021 11:00 AM – 12:00 PM PDT

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Summary

Everyone was told that migrating to DevOps would help accelerate delivery, maximize quality, and minimize risk. Yet for many, the return on investment (ROI) that helped justify the herculean effort to move development models just never materialized. Why? The models all made perfect sense. The data seemed believable, but it just never materialized. What are the bottlenecks? More importantly – what are the fixes for these bottlenecks?

What you will learn

In this 60-minute fireside chat you will hear about the five most common bottlenecks and how you can mitigate these bottlenecks from two seasoned and well-respected names in the business. Marc Hornbeek, (a.k.a DevOps in the Grey esq.) CEO of Engineering DevOps Consulting and Ambassador at the DevOpsInstitute and Pierre Frigon, Founder – iLeadAgile. Hosted by Brian Tolly, Director of Test and Security at Tempest, our moderators will help guide you on how to create a roadmap for DevOps success!

Agenda

Benefits of DevOps

Speed

Move at high velocity so you can innovate for customers faster, adapt to changing markets better, and grow more efficient at driving business results.

Rapid Delivery

Increase the frequency and pace of releases so you can innovate and improve your product faster.

Reliability

Ensure the quality of application updates and infrastructure changes so you can reliably deliver at a more rapid pace while maintaining a positive experience for end users.

Scale

Operate and manage your infrastructure and development processes at scale.

Improved Collaboration

Build more effective teams under a DevOps cultural model, which emphasizes values such as ownership and accountability.

Security

Move quickly while retaining control and preserving compliance. You can adopt a DevOps model without sacrificing security by using automated compliance policies, fine-grained controls, and configuration management techniques.

Our Speakers

DevOps practitioners and thought leaders
Brian Tolly-Tempest-Spirent

Brian Tolly

DIRECTOR OF NETWORK TEST AND SECURITY

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Brian has more than two decades of experience driving growth for organizations in the test and measurement space. As a Senior Engineer, Analyst, and practitioner of industry-leading test solutions that included Spirent at The Tolly Group, he was published as a recognized expert in Network World magazine.

Marc Hornbeek-CEO of Engineering DevOps

Marc Hornbeek

CEO OF ENGINEERING DEVOPS CONSULTING

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Principal Consultant at Engineering DevOps Consulting and author of the book Engineering DevOps. Marc is a specialist / expert at applying a deep knowledge of engineering practices of Continuous testing, Test Automation, and Continuous Quality Assurance methodologies to DevOps transformations.
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Pierre Frigon

FOUNDER OF ILEADAGILE

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Pierre has lead several global teams responsible for the development of automation frameworks, automated regression, automated lab environments and system testing of next generation telecommunication products for national carriers operating in the access, wireless backhaul and edge routing space.

Get your free copy of Engineering DevOps

DevOps is not static. It is continually evolving. Ensure you’re always up to speed and delivering value with a complimentary copy of Engineering DevOp by Marc Hornbeek.  Get a copy of the Engineering DevOps book when you register and attend the Fireside Chat: Is Your DevOps ROI Falling Short?

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What others are saying

Amazon Book Reviews

No matter your role, level, or knowledge, this book will completely guide you and fill in the blanks. I had multiple people all give different explanations of DevOps, but this is a definitive, and authoritative source of information. There are lots of references to follow up and the Appendixes provide useful worksheets Even after you buy the book, you will go back and reference It. Highly recommend this book and it was a pleasure to read.
John Schubert
Excellent Ref book to understand all dimensions of Devops I would recommend everyone to go through this excellent book. Also this helped me a lot to understand DevOps journey in real sense
Rajan Iyer