October 18, 2017
1 PM EDT
Traditionally, application delivery has been divided into specialists: front-end team, DBAs, mainframe admins, server-side business logic team. Each team worked with tools that were optimized for their own needs with product owners and release managers helping to coordinate across the teams.
Modern application delivery, influenced by microservice architectures and DevOps, increasingly brings these diverse skillsets into smaller teams oriented around smaller services or applications.
How does an enterprise under-going this transformation support these new teams with a DevOps toolchain? How does an enterprise maintain consistency across the teams while delivering the key capabilities that encourage specialists to let go of their specialized tools?
Attend this webinar to learn how to make application teams more effectives with Microservices and DevOps.
Robert Reeves, Co-founder & CTO, Datical
Robert Reeves is the Chief Technical Officer at Datical. He has over 17 years of experience in the software industry and has been instrumental in creating a variety of marketing leading DevOps solutions over the past 15 years. Prior to co-founding Datical, Robert was a director at the Austin Technology Incubator where he provided real world entrepreneurial expertise to member companies. In 2005 Robert co-founded Phurnace Software where he invented and created their flagship product, Phurnace Deliver. Today Robert advocates for Datical’s customers and spreads the word about how Datical is leading the way for modernization and improvement of the database release process to remove this as a barrier to delivering new application innovation.
Eric Minick, Senior Product Manager, UrbanCode, IBM
Eric Minick is a technical evangelist. He joined IBM through its acquisition of UrbanCode. He has spent the last 10 years helping organizations large and small adopt continuous integration, delivery and, now, DevOps. He is a frequent speaker on the topic, and co-authored “Application Release and Deployment For Dummies.” Prior to consulting, Eric was a developer, test automation engineer and support engineer, and has contributed to multiple generations of UrbanCode products.