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Intelligently Automate Spinnaker and Argo for Continuous Delivery

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Tuesday, September 27, 2022
11 a.m. ET

Achieving enterprise-scale continuous delivery across multi-cloud, virtual machines and Kubernetes environments while improving the quality, velocity and governance of application releases is a challenge. Integrated and automated processes that orchestrate software releases across different toolsets and heterogeneous environments in a consistent, secure and repeatable way is the goal for many organizations.

With new CD practices such as GitOps and Progressive Delivery constantly evolving and being adopted as multi-cloud application deployments may also be commonplace within the same organization, it’s critical to have an “Open” CD platform that future-proofs against technology or vendor lock-in.

Join our panelists as they explore the challenges and solutions modern enterprises face when scaling Continuous Delivery. The panel will focus on  how open-source CD solutions such as Argo and Spinnaker can provide an open, intelligent, automated solution for Continuous Delivery and teams can apply intelligent automation to their software deliveries irrespective of the underlying CD solution.

Gopal Dommety
CEO, OpsMx
Gopal Dommety is the CEO of OpsMx. As CEO, he has built the team to scale the technology and go to market functions and has proven product-market fit with customers like Cisco, Salesforce, Standard Chartered Bank, Juniper Networks, and Albertsons. Prior to OpsMx, Gopal was the founder and CEO of N42. Gopal was the architect behind multiple Cisco flagship products and designed Internet Protocols (RFCs) that are widely used in the Internet today and holds more than 60 patents in the area of large-scale distributed systems.
Gopinath Rebala
CTO, OpsMx

Gopinath Rebala is the CTO of OpsMx, where he has overall responsibility for the machine learning and data processing architectures of OpsMx Enterprise for Spinnaker. Gopi also has a strong connection with our customers, leading design and architecture for strategic implementations. He is a frequent speaker and well known leader in continuous delivery and in the Spinnaker community. Previously, Gopi was a co-founder and CTO at N42, which delivered machine learning tools for improving reliability for large scale distributed systems.

Mark Levy
Sr. Director of Product Marketing, OpsMx
Mark loves to learn, practice, discuss #agile, #devops, #devopsculture, #lean, #softwaredelivery, and #continuousdelivery. Mark has over 30+ years of experience in enterprise software focusing on application development, software delivery, and IT operations.  Outside of work, Mark enjoys crossfit, martial arts, and playing his guitar.

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