This time next week, we will be in San Francisco with over a 1,000 of our closest friends at the DevOps Enterprise Summit (DOES16). The event is an experience unlike any other featuring premier education and networking for technology leaders at large, complex organizations. With the help of DevOps.com, we just got a taste of the key themes and conversations that will be percolating from the conference next week during our pre-show DOES16 Webinar. Expert panelists dug into several of the sub-themes that helped shape the conference programming and workshops to support the overarching conference theme, “Leading Change.” The sub-themes included organizational design, people and culture, process and technology and security and compliance. The conversations were so fruitful that we actually ran out of time – suffice to say these discussions will continue next week (be sure to join us if you haven’t already signed up).
Alan Shimel, editor-in-chief at DevOps.com, led the lively discussion between four DevOps Enterprise Summit veterans: Dr. Nicole Forsgren, CEO and Chief Scientist at DevOps Research and Assessment LLC; Sam Guckenheimer, Product Planner at Microsoft; Scott Prugh, Chief Architect and VP Software Development at CSG International; and J. Paul Reed, Managing Partner at Release Engineering Approaches. Panelists discussed everything from DevOps patterns and anti-patterns, important metrics to measure success, nurturing versus hiring new talent, 2017 technology trends, the merging of security and compliance, and much more.
Here is the full video replay of the webinar:
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