Preparing for DevOps: Laying the foundation for success

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November 3rd, 2016 @ 1p ET

DevOps is rapidly gaining traction as a powerful methodology used by leading organizations to speed time to market, improve quality and increase an organization’s ability to innovate.  Key to maximizing the value delivered through DevOps is building the right culture, implementing the right tools and reporting methodology and selecting the right cloud hosting provider.

In this webinar, 451 Research and Hostway will discuss best practices for getting your organization ready to run an effective DevOps program.  We’ll also discuss the benefits of an Microsoft Azure-powered Hybrid cloud in helping to maximize flexibility and return on investment.

Don’t miss this opportunity to learn how to set your organization up for success in DevOps!

Donnie Berkholz

Research Director, Development, DevOps & IT Ops

Donnie Berkholz is the Research Director for 451 Research's Development, DevOps, & IT Ops Channel, which covers the technologies employed for software development and software lifecycle management to drive business growth. Donnie's own coverage encompasses development, testing and release engineering. This includes areas such as programming languages and tooling, source-code management, application lifecycle management, and continuous integration and delivery.

John Enright

CTO Hostway

John Enright joined Hostway in late 2014 to head up the Web and Application Services business division, bringing more than 20 years of hosting industry leadership experience to the role. A visionary in the hosting space, Enright founded one of the first North American hosting companies, ValueWeb, in 1994, increasing revenue to more than $20 million before the company merged with Affinity Internet.

At Affinity, Enright led successful product and portfolio diversification projects and brought on key strategic partners, growing channel revenue from 10% to 40% of total revenue. Prior to joining Hostway, Enright was the Chief Operating Officer of LimeLabs, a global Internet incubator, and most recently served as President of HostMySite, the small business division of Hosting.com.