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DevOps Panel: The State of Modern Incident Management


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Sponsored by Devops.com

Monday, June 7, 2021
1 p.m. ET

Cloud, hybrid environments and cloud-native computing have changed the application stack, creating a more distributed and fragmented computing environment. What’s more, the adoption of DevOps and democratization of today’s infrastructure environment means developers are free to choose their own tools, processes and technologies. The result is often too much for traditional incident management technologies to handle effectively. A modern approach to incident management is needed.

In this panel discussion, we’ll explore the differences between modern incident management and traditional approaches, taking a look at topics such as:

  • Why traditional incident management is no match for today’s environments
  • What comprises effective modern incident management
  • What DevOps engineers need to consider in their incident management strategy
Leah Nassar (she/her)
Senior Technical Specialist - HCL Software
Leah Nassar (she/her) is a Senior Technical Specialist on the HCL Compass development team at HCL Software. Leah has over 12 years’ experience working with IBM Rational ClearQuest and HCL Compass in various roles ranging from software support to in-house administration.  She lives in Worcester, Massachusetts.
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. Founding board member of the Value Stream Management Consortium and an Ambassador for the DevOps Institute.
Meghana Dwarakanath
Director of Customer Success - LevelOps.io
Meghana started her career in Quality and Performance Engineering, and has built and scaled quality processes and teams at leading companies like Palo Alto Networks. As a founding member of LevelOps, she has applied her insights to help solve the core challenges that lead organizations towards Engineering Excellence. She now heads Customer Success at LevelOps where she is responsible for overall product and customer health.

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