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For a growing number of organizations, DevOps is rapidly becoming a key strategic component of application development and business operations. At the same time enterprises are adopting a host of next-generation technologies - artificial intelligence/machine learning, virtual and augmented reality, performance and security monitoring and analytics, containers, microservices, serverless computing, chatbots, the Internet of Things, and blockchain—into their DevOps or software development lifecycle processes.
Several of the key questions companies are asking as they launch these initiatives include: Who in the organization should drive the adoption of next-generation technologies? What benefits are organizations seeing from adopting next-gen technologies into DevOps? And what challenges can they expect to encounter from these endeavors?
Exclusive new research from DevOps.com answers these and other questions.
Ashish Mohindroo - Vice President, Oracle Cloud Platform
Ashish is responsible for driving the global transformation and growth of the Oracle Cloud Platform portfolio including IaaS, PaaS, Mobile, Security, Big Data, Management and Business Analytics. Prior to Oracle, he was General Manager for the technology incubator at Bertram Capital, a private equity firm, where he incubated and launched four Cloud startups focused on DevOps. Ashish was also the Chief Marketing Officer at NuoDB, a cloud database company. He has also held various product and marketing leadership roles at Symantec, BEA Systems, Calico Commerce and Trilogy.
Alan Shimel, Founder and Editor-In-Chief
An often-cited personality in the security and technology community and a sought-after speaker at industry and government events, Alan has helped build several successful technology companies by combining a strong business background with a deep knowledge of technology.