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DevOps from the Human Perspective: A Panel Discussion


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Sponsored by Devops.com

Monday, August 10, 2020
1pm ET

Much has been written about the three pillars of DevOps—culture, technology and process—but less discussed is the “human” element of DevOps—what it takes from a people perspective to take care of those “doing DevOps” to promote success and prevent issues such as burnout or job dissatisfaction.

In this webinar, we'll look at ways in which organizations can humanize their DevOps to keep their employees engaged and happy, fostering a successful DevOps environment. 

VP of Product - Plutora
Jeff has spent his career writing code, designing software features and UI, running dev and test teams, consulting and evangelizing product messaging.  Outside of 6 years at Microsoft, he has been primarily focused on growing startup companies.
Tidhar Meltzer
Senior Solution Engineer - WhiteSource
Tidhar Meltzer is a Senior Solution Engineer at WhiteSource, helping organizations with maximizing their control over OSS usage, security vulnerability mitigation and licensing compliance. He is also an avid scripting and automation enthusiast, "API" and "CLI" ranking among his top 5 favorite acronyms.
Before WhiteSource, Tidhar spent over a decade in a diverse variety of technical roles, including Professional Services Team Leader at NCR, introducing DevOps methodologies to the Software Delivery division, significantly simplifying custom release processes. Tidhar received his EMBA at Kellogg School of Business and his BA in Business Administration and IT Management at IDC Herzliya.
Steve Boone
Head of Product Management - HCL Software DevOps
Steve Boone is responsible for the strategic direction and management of HCL Software DevOps' products. For more than a decade, Steve has helped hundreds of companies adopt agile best practices and strategies for DevOps. He speaks regularly at industry events on the topic of DevOps transformation, Continuous Delivery best practices, Agile adoption, and Value Stream Management.


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