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DevOps Transformation in the Embedded World - The Konecranes Case


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Sponsored by EFICODE

Tuesday, March 2, 2021
9 a.m. ET / 3 p.m. CET
If you work in the world of embedded software, you might think that DevOps practices and tools are not for your organization. However, today large manufacturing companies, like Konecranes, the global leader in the crane and lifting industry, are succeeding with DevOps. They have more reliable software pipelines and deliver changes faster.
How? Join this webinar on March 2nd at 3 pm CET to learn more about DevOps transformation in the IoT world, and how your organization could benefit from DevOps and cloud solutions. In this session, Marko Klemetti, CTO of Eficode, will introduce the best practices for DevOps transformations in cloud and embedded development. Then Sami Nurmi will share the case and learnings from Konecranes about their transformation on a standardized DevOps toolset and ways of working in the IoT world. In the end, you’ll get to join the conversation and ask questions too.
In this webinar you’ll learn:
  • How to scale up your transformation horizontally with self-services
  • How to take advantage of new technologies to reach continuous delivery in embedded software
  • About some of the challenges and solutions to implement DevOps in the IoT world
  • About a concrete case of embedded software development at Konecranes
Marko Klemetti
CTO - Eficode
Marko is the CTO of Eficode, the leading DevOps company in Europe. He is also a founder and advisor in many tech startups. Marko is a passionate programmer who believes that design systems and continuous deployment are the enablers of a modern development organization.
Sami Nurmi
Test Manager and DevOps Enabler - Konecranes
Sami Nurmi is a Test Manager and DevOps Enabler at Konecranes, Digital Platform Development. With a strong technical background and practical approach, he combines an experience in software development and project management for quality, test management, and DevOps in wide Konecranes IoT systems.

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