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How Data-Driven Secure DevOps Influences People, Processes, and Technology


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Sponsored by HCL sOFTWARE

Tuesday, July 20, 2021
4 p.m. AEST / 2 p.m. SGT

How can you get your DevOps data to work for you, and how can you make sure you’re using the right data? That’s what we’ll explore in this panel discussion with DevOps experts from HCL Software.

The speakers in this session have first-hand experience with initiating a data-first approach to their software delivery process. They’ll share what worked, what didn’t work, and advice on implementing value stream management in your organization so you can easily answer questions like:

  • Who is working on what?
  • Which teams are performing best and which ones need help?
  • How can I reduce unplanned work?
  • How can I make sure we’re aligning our work with the business’s goals?
  • What key metrics can help drive speed without compromising on quality and security?

Discover the unexpected ways that a data-driven strategy can enhance business agility, build culture, reduce risk, and align teams throughout your organization. Even if you can’t join the live webinar, sign up and we’ll send you the recording.

Steven Wong
DevOps Solution Lead for Asia-Pacific - HCL Software
Steven is the Solutions Lead for HCL Software in Asia-Pacific focusing on DevOps and automation. Having been in IT for more than 25 years, Steven has a broad set of experience that includes enterprise software development using Java technologies both in custom-built and product development scenarios, test automation, DevOps and value stream management. A technologist at heart, Steven loves “getting his hands dirty” working with automation solutions and connecting technology back to business value. He has also spoken at numerous technology events across Asia-Pacific.
Ashita Dhir
Engineering Uplift Initiatives Lead for Digital and Analytics - HCL Software
Having been in IT for approximately 20 years, Ashita led digital transformation, legacy modernization, and engineering initiatives globally in varied domains. A passionate technologist, she has two patents and a few whitepapers to her credit. She has experience in successfully leading multi-million dollar technology initiatives and large teams globally. She can be reached for discussion on DevOps Research and Assessment (DORA), Agile, Lean practices, SRE and Value Stream Mapping (VSM). 
In the past, she served as vice president and member of HCL technology and passion clubs. She actively contributes towards initiatives for working mothers, Diversity/Inclusion of people with special-abilities and actively volunteers in initiatives like Power of One, HCL Trees, VidyaGyan, etc.
Ramesh Nagalingam
Continuous Delivery Lab Leader - HCL Software
Ramesh is the Head of the CD Lab in HCL Software (India), where he is responsible for research & delivery. Prior to the current role he was the Product Manager of HCL Accelerate, where he was responsible for product strategy, roadmap and enable business opportunities.
He championed Agile and DevOps transformation in his previous organization. Under his leadership he rolled out Release Digitization within IT which won Stevie Business awards in Tokyo and Barcelona in 2017.
Ramesh did his Bachelor's Degree in Mechanical Engineering and transitioned his career into IT and worked on several customer accounts. In his spare time, he travels and involve in music, photography and video post-productions.
Peter Lee
Global APJ/GCG Application Security Technical Leader - HCL Software
Peter has worked in the Application Security space for more than 14 years. He started with AppScan in 2007 at the start of the Watchfire acquisition and have been helping clients globally with implementing with application security solutions in the development lifecycle. Peter also leads the global AppScan enablement team, to educate customers, partners, and students on web application security and the fundamentals of AppScan. His parallel focus as a sales leader for Greater China Group and Global technical Lead initiatives brings much value to the clients.

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