Kevin Fisher - President Dartmouth Research & Consulting
Dr. Sharon Wulf - Professor of Organizational Leadership at Worcester Polytechnic Institute.
Kevin McGuire VP -Head of AGILE Office at athenahealth
John Woods - Director of Cloud Operations IBM Collaboration Solutions
Ann Brady - Senior DevOps Architect at Carbonite
From the Mythical Man-month to continuous delivery, how can organizations continuously evolve with so much uncertainty? It is no coincidence that DevOps has emerged to take center-stage with forward thinking technology managers. With rapid fire technology innovations challenging every aspect of technology planning, development and deployment, organizations struggle more than ever to adapt to the changes in the marketplace. Learning curves are steep, investments are short-lived, and customers are expecting more from the product and service providers, and organizations are expecting more from their technology organizations.
By examining where we have come from, what is at stake for the future, and what we know about similar problems in the past, our panel will explore how organizations have responded to past technology challenges and stepped up to address the ever changing demand of technology disruptions. Barely 10 years old, DevOps is still evolving.
To fully understand the challenges of DevOps, one must understand how it has evolved and what the future holds if we ignore the some of the lessons learned from development and operations organizations that have faced such challenges in the past.
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