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April 20, 2016

Check out the latest speakers for DevOps Enterprise Summit London

By IT Revolution

As a vendor-neutral conference, DevOps Enterprise Summit curates stories that are from the enterprise point-of-view. Most of the presentations follow a very specific “experience report” structure—each speaker describes their organization and their industry, the business problem they faced, where they started their transformation, what they did, and the business outcomes. It’s a simple format but very powerful because it helps other people facing the same problems learn how other people solved the problem, and it often reveals practices that can be used in other contexts.

We’re excited to announce some of our speakers for the conference coming up in June:

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Chris Jackson
Director of Cloud Product Engineering
Pearson

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Finbarr Joy
Group CTO
Lebara

Amy Phillips

Amy Philipps
Head of Test
Songkick

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Gareth Rushgrove
Senior Software Engineer
Puppet Labs, Inc; ex-UK GDS

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Justin Dean
SVP, Platform and Technical Operations
Ticketmaster

Robin Hughes

Robin Hughes
Head of Development Services
LV=

Scott Potter

Jeremy Waite
Chief Digital Strategist
Salesforce

Rosalind Radcliffe

Rosalind Radcliffe
Distinguished Engineer, Chief Architect for DevOps for Enterprise System
IBM

Jason Cox

Jason Cox
Director, Systems Engineering
The Walt Disney Company

What also amazes me about DevOps Enterprise is the concentration of talent in the technology leaders who attend; they’re all people who are passionate about technology and helping teams win, and willing to do disruptive things in order to get there.

Ross Clanton from Target told me he valued being surrounded by people who were not only trying to solve the same problems that he was facing, but there’s a huge intrinsic value of being surrounded by the best in the game. I can definitely relate; I learn something in every one of my interactions at the conference, and I have no doubt that the practices this group is pioneering will be commonplace within a generation.

Like in any aspect of life, peers are important. As Buzz Aldrin said, “Show me your friends, and I will show you your future.”

DOES is a unique opportunity to meet some very talented and inspirational new friends who can help shape your career path. We hope you’ll join us in London.

—Gene Kim
Author, Researcher, Founder of IT Revolution

DevOps Enterprise Summit London
June 30 & July 1, 2016
Hilton London Metropole
225 Edgware Road, London, UK
@ITRevDOES
Early Bird £600 +VAT (ends May 2)

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