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Can Automation and AI/ML Solve Our DevOps Hiring Problems?


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We have a talent shortage. We can never seem to find enough talented software developers, QA and DevOps engineers. At the same time, automating the software workflow pipeline is a necessity to deliver software at the pace demanded by businesses. DevOps leads us to automate many software processes including continuous integration, continuous delivery, testing and more. AI/ML is increasingly playing a role in the DevOps toolchain we use to create and deliver software. Is automation and AI/ML our way out of the software talent shortage or is this another management pipe dream?

Join our panel of software and DevOps experts as we explore if the need for software developers is outpacing the supply of talent, growing role of automation in the software creation process, and how much automation and  AI/ML can play a role in meeting the need to create more software, faster.

Charity Majors
CTO - Honeycomb
Charity is an ops engineer and accidental startup founder at honeycomb.io. Before this she worked at Parse, Facebook, and Linden Lab on infrastructure and developer tools, and always seemed to wind up running the databases. She is the co-author of O'Reilly's Database Reliability Engineering, and loves free speech, free software, and single malt scotch.
Tyler Jewell
Managing Director - Dell Technologies Capital
Tyler Jewell is a Managing Director at Dell Technologies Capital (DTC), the venture capital arm of Dell Technologies where he leads DTC’s engagements with companies including NS1, Lightbend, Orion Labs, and TheLoops.ai. Previously, Tyler was a product operator for 25 years at Red Hat, Oracle, MySQL, BEA, and Quest along with founding a dev tools company and running two others as CEO until their three exits. Tyler has invested $160M as an angel and VC over 15 years across 16 companies, generating roughly a 4.5x cash-on-cash return.
Oren Rubin
CEO & Founder, Testim (a Tricentis company)
Oren Rubin has more than 20 years of experience in the software industry building products for developers. In 2014, he founded Testim.io, an AI-based platform that uses Smart Locators to solve the two biggest challenges in testing—slow authoring and unstable tests. Testim was acquired by Tricentis in February 2022.
Founder & CEO, Techstrong Group
As Founder and CEO of Techstrong Group, Alan Shimel is attuned to the world of technology, particularly cloud, DevOps, security and open source. With almost 30 years of entrepreneurial experience, Alan is an often-cited personality in the security and technology community and is a sought-after speaker at industry and government conferences and events. Alan attributes his success to the combination of a legal background, long experience in the field, and New York street smarts. He holds a BA in government and politics and a JD degree from NY Law School.
CTO - Techstrong Group, Principal - Techstrong Research
Mitchell Ashley is a renowned strategist and technology executive. Mitchell has led successful IT, SaaS, and cybersecurity transformations. He’s led multiple teams in developing and bringing to market successful online services, cybersecurity, and networking products and services. Mitch serves as Principal of Techstrong Research where he leads a team of preeminent experts in digital transformation, DevOps, cloud-native, and cybersecurity. In this role, Mitch works with companies to align digital transformation and technology strategies to achieve disruptive goals and high impact results. Mitch is in high demand as a speaker at conferences the world over, and his popular DevOps Chats podcast engaging with digital leaders is one of the most widely followed in the field.

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