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Building an Unbreakable DevOps Pipeline with Google Cloud


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Sponsored by xmatters

Wednesday, May 27, 2020
1pm EDT

How to achieve seamless cloud service deployments

How do you release software at high velocity without sacrificing quality or security? Join cloud transformation experts, Travis DePuy (Head Product Evangelist at xMatters), Priyanka Vergardia (Developer Advocate at Google), and Seth Moffitt (Solution Architect at SADA) to learn how to optimize and safeguard your deployment pipeline and launch customer-pleasing services to Google Cloud. Get real-life examples and best practices for accelerating quality checks, automating remediation, and ensuring reliable and resilient cloud service infrastructure. 

Travis DePuy
Head Product Evangelist - xMatters
Travis DePuy is a Tinkerer of Things, Master of Hats and Father of Kitties. He is currently Head Product Evangelist at xMatters where he gets to talk to people about how they are doing Incident Management, DevOps notifications and anything else involving humans, processes and tools. Travis balances the stationary computer work with the fluid moving of Chen Taichi and is often found in the sun flowing the forms of the old ways. Blog: https://www.xmatters.com/blog/
Priyanka Vergadia
Developer Advocate - Google Cloud
Priyanka Vergadia is currently a Developer Advocate at Google Cloud where she works with enterprises to build and architect their cloud platforms. She enjoys building engaging technical content and continuously experiments with new ways to tell stories and solve business problems using Google Cloud tools. You can check out some of the stories that she has created for the developer community on the Google Cloud Platform Youtube channel. These include "Deconstructing Chatbots", "Get Cooking in Cloud", "Pub/Sub Made Easy" and more.
Seth Moffitt
Solution Architect - SADA
Now a Solution Architect for SADA’s Google Cloud Practice, Seth started his career as a Inside Sales Rep at a Dell integration partner right out of college. Feeling the need to know what exactly he was selling, Seth began working on multiple certifications to also be able to configure and enable his customers on the products themselves. Seth has now transitioned into a full time technical role and is growing his skill sets within cloud-based technologies.
Having a strong starting point in hardware, Seth relates to IT teams who are migrating from on-premise to cloud solutions or looking for hybrid models to ensure business and technical requirements.

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