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Continuous Discussions (#c9d9) Podcast: Episode 55

Special Episode with Gene Kim and the DOES16 Speakers #4

This morning we had our forth in a series of special episodes of our Continuous Discussions (#c9d9) podcast with Gene Kim and the DevOps Enterprise Summit (DOES16) speakers.

Our speakers shared a bit about their upcoming talk at DOES and some learnings from their experience implementing DevOps in large enterprises. Each speaker also shared their favorite DevOps pattern that is most effective for ensuring your journey is successful.

Watch the replay of the episode:

 

 

This episode features:

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Gene Kim
DevOps enthusiast, The Phoenix Project co-author, Tripwire founder, Visible Ops co-author, IT Ops/Security Researcher, Theory of Constraints Jonah, rabid UX fan.
@RealGeneKimwww.realgenekim.me
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Ashish Kuthiala
Ashish Kuthiala is Sr. Director at Hewlett Packard Enterprise leading Strategy and Marketing for HPE’s DevOps portfolio offerings.
@kuthialahttps://www.hpe.com/us/en/home.html
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Rosalind Radcliffe
Rosalind Radcliffe, Distinguished Engineer for DevOps for IBMz at IBM. Member of the IBM Academy of Technology, Master Inventor.
@RosalindRadhttp://www.ibm.com/us-en/
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Jayne Groll
CEO of DevOps Institute, President of ITSM Academy. Passionate about IT Transformation through People, Process and Automation – ITSM DevOps and Agile.
@ITSM_Jaynehttp://devopsinstitute.com/
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Paula Thrasher
pplication Delivery Lead at CSC. She has over 18 years’ experience in information technology and works in the federal market leading agencies and teams towards Agile and DevOps.
@paula_thrasherhttp://www.csc.com/
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Tyler Underwood
Sr. Application Engineer at Quicken Loans. Tyler has a passion for automating components related to the SDLC of applications and believes in giving more autonomy and empowerment to developers.
@QuickenLoanshttp://www.quickenloans.com/

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On the next episode of Continuous Discussions:

Episode 56: Electric Cloud Customers Speaking at DOES16

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Join us Tuesday, November 1, at 10am PT for our 5th DOES16 special episode –  this time featuring Electric Cloud customers who will be speaking at the event.

Hear from speakers from HPE, Quicken Loans, Intel, Urban Science, Bluware and Stratus Solutions about some of the challenges and patterns for success for adopting and scaling DevOps at large enterprises, and get a taste of what to look forward to at the upcoming show.

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This episode will feature:

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Daniel Perez
Build & Deploy Architect within the R&D IT group in Hewlett Packard Enterprise. He works to drive innovation in all facets of the R&D IT organization, from standing up enterprise scale and highly available applications in support of the R&D business to proliferating the adoption of ChatOps within HPE. He is a solutions architect for several Build & Deploy applications and his most recent project includes the end-to-end automated pipeline to deploy and upgrade GitHub Enterprise within HPE, one of the largest implementations of GitHub Enterprise in the world.
@HPEwww.hpe.com/us/en/home.html
Tyler Underwood c9d9 devops podcast
Tyler Underwood
Sr. Application Engineer at Quicken Loans. Tyler has a passion for automating SDLC components and believes in giving more autonomy and empowerment to developers. He was instrumental in automating the build/deployment process for his previous employer and has carried those same DevOps ideologies and practices to Quicken Loans. When not sitting behind a computer screen or strategizing about new ideas, you can commonly find Tyler competing as an above-average recreation league athlete.
@QuickenLoansquickenloans.com
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Manish Aggarwal
Software Engineer at Intel. He works in the Data Center group, delivering Networking Semiconductors and Solutions for datacenters and mobile networks. Manish has more than 18 years of software design/development and execution experience in telecom and networking domain. His Mantra is: Build capability to deliver “known” quality product(s), at any point of time.
@intelintel.com
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Marc Priolo
Software Configuration Manager at Urban Science. His current focus is on helping Urban Science deliver high-quality software frequently and reliably through implementing “Continuous Delivery” best practices. Marc has more than 15 years of industry knowledge with experiences ranging from Database Administration to managing Technical Services and Release Management departments. In each of these areas he engineered ways to standardize, automate, and reduce costs all while increasing efficiencies. Unbeknownst at that time, many of these improvements aligned with DevOps processes and controls.
@Urban_Scienceurbanscience.com
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Eddie Garcia
DevOps Practice Manager, Bluware Inc. Eddie enjoys working with customers to drive adoption of DevOps best practices and optimizing their development and deployment pipelines. He has more than 20 years of experience in software build and release and has been involved in the build and release of many award winning products including Xbox, Xbox Kinect, Direct X, Microsoft Windows XP, 2000 and NT 4 as well as Office for Mac. He established the Windows Sustained Engineering Build Team and he has also provided DevOps consulting services for companies such as Adobe, EMC, HP, Shell Oil and others.
bluware.com
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Brian Price
Vice President of Commercial Services at Stratus Solutions. With over a decade of IT experience, Brian employed DevOps best practices throughout his career to ensure his software development teams successfully delivered multiple solutions spanning biometrics, digital forensics and information security domains. Prior to joining Stratus, Brian held various technical and management roles at Northrop Grumman, Booz Allen Hamilton, and Jacobs Engineering supporting a variety of federal, state and commercial customers.
@StratusSolStratusSolutions.com

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And, as always, the podcast will be moderated by our own Anders Wallgren and Sam Fell.

 

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You can also watch the first 3 DOES16 video chats here: 1,2, and 3.

Continuous Discussions (#c9d9) podcasts air every other Tuesday. See all episodes here.


There’s nothing like learning from peers:

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