DevOps Enterprise Summit Returns to San Francisco in November
Thursday, August 18, 2016
The DevOps Enterprise Summit 2016 will provide a DevOps conference focusing on the challenges large, complex organizations face in implementing DevOps principles and practices.
The event will be held November 7 - 9, 2016 at the Hilton San Francisco Union Square and will feature presentations from Fortune 1000 brands that leverage DevOps with event programming that emphasizes both evolving technical and architectural practices, and the methods needed to lead widespread change efforts in large organizations.
The goal of the event is to facilitate learning into the tools and practices needed to develop and deploy software faster. There will be access to keynotes, panels, breakouts, a community space for spontaneous gatherings, and an expo hall. There will be over 100 speakers and more than 85 sessions which will include solo presentations, multi-presenters, and panels.
Programming topics include:
- Leading Change: What are effective strategies and methods for leading change in large organizations?
- Organizational Design: What do the organization charts look like for organizations successfully adopting DevOps look like? What are the respective roles and responsibilities, and how has it changed from more traditional IT organizations?
- Modern Technology Practices: What are the modern architectural and technical practices that every technology leader needs to know about?
- Compliance and Security: What are concrete ways for DevOps to bridge the information security and compliance gap, to show auditors and regulators that effective controls exist to effectively prevent, detect, and correct problems?
Read more: http://events.itrevolution.com/us/
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