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November 13, 2019

11 AM ET

Application developers want a fast DevOps process. However, database development and DataOps processes follow a different workflow which ends up creating a significant bottleneck in an otherwise streamlined process. But it doesn’t have to be that way. When it comes to data and database code many application development best practices still apply.

Join leaders from RedMonk, Datical and Delphix as they share the key DevOps and DataOps practices every application developer should know to treat database code just like app code.


Stephen O'Grady,  Principal analyst and Co-founder, RedMonk

Based in Portland, Maine, his job is to help developers and help companies understand developers better. He focuses on infrastructure software such as programming languages, operating systems and databases, as well as covering horizontal industry trends such as open source and cloud computing. Stephen is also a regular contributor to GearMonk, the RedMonk blog reviewing the latest gear.

Before founding RedMonk, Stephen worked as an industry analyst at Illuminata. Prior to that, Stephen served in various senior capacities with large systems integrators and boutique consultancies. He is the author of “The New Kingmakers” and “The Software Paradox” and is regularly cited in publications such as the New York Times, BusinessWeek and the Boston Globe. He was born and raised a Red Sox fan, earned a BA in History from Williams College and has over 8K followers on Twitter (@sogrady).


Adam Bowen, Office of the CTO, Delphix
Adam is a passionate leader with over 15 years of experience in technical, sales, charitable organization, and senior leadership roles. As the Sr. Director and Global Practice Lead, DevOps and Cloud, my focus is on representing the oCTO in international markets, expanding the DataOps ecosystem, evaluating technology partnerships, and of course researching and prototyping new technology. The majority of my time is spent working with other thought leaders in the Global F100 to eliminate key business constraints through people, process, and technology.

His background is in DataOps, DevOps, TDM, Cloud, and Security for the US government and global financial powers. Adam routinely speak at events about these topics with other industry visionaries and publish blogs posts and articles on these subjects frequently. He was recently commissioned as a Kentucky Colonel in recognition of his commitments to public service and charitable works.

Twitter: @Cloudsurgeon



HiRes-Robert_Reeves-0344-Edit-1Robert Reeves, Co-founder & CTO, Datical

Robert Reeves is the Chief Technical Officer at Datical. He has over 17 years of experience in the software industry and has been instrumental in creating a variety of marketing leading DevOps solutions over the past 15 years.  Prior to co-founding Datical, Robert was a director at the Austin Technology Incubator where he provided real world entrepreneurial expertise to member companies. In 2005 Robert co-founded Phurnace Software where he invented and created their flagship product, Phurnace Deliver. Today Robert advocates for Datical’s customers and spreads the word about how Datical is leading the way for modernization and improvement of the database release process to remove this as a barrier to delivering new application innovation.

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