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Leading the Transformation


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Sponsored by Devops.com

Monday, June 15, 2020
1pm ET

Digital transformation has been occurring in organizations of all sizes for the past few years, yet the process isn’t moving fast enough to move the needle in many companies. How can DevOps help increase the velocity and impact of digital transformation?

This webinar discusses the relationship between DevOps and digital transformation and ways organizations can increase their chances of a successful digital transformation through DevOps, including agility, velocity and security.

Chris Nowak
Director of DevOps Advisory & Adoption - HCL Software
Chris has 23 years of experience in Change Management, SDLC & DevOps. He was Head of DevOps Services at 2 of the top 4 US banks. He designed, led and scaled services from the ground up, including service strategy, process optimization, organizational change, large-scale engagement / on-boarding, and operations.
At Wells Fargo, his teams automated 350 applications for the Trading, Securities and Investment Banking divisions. At Bank of America he led a combined organization of Automation Engineering, Systems, Engagement, and Deploy Operations. His teams automated and supported 800 applications from source to prod. Chris left BAC in 2016 to focus on Transformation and DevOps Strategy Consulting. In 2014, he was awarded a US Patent in DevOps Methodology (USP #8875091).
Damith Karunaratne
CEO - ShuttleOps
Damith is passionate about building loved and trusted software for developers. Over the last decade, he has helped small to Fortune 50 companies solve complex technology issues and enable greater digital transformation. In the last 5 years, Damith focused on driving DevOps adoption in partnership with top technology vendors such as Chef Software and HashiCorp. Today, Damith is the CEO of ShuttleOps, a new and innovative No-Code CI/CD platform that helps organizations automate application delivery, without writing code.
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.
Director of Product Management - WhiteSource
Rhys Arkins is responsible for developer solutions at WhiteSource. He was the founder of Renovate Bot – an automated tool for software dependency updating, which was acquired by WhiteSource in 2019. Rhys is particularly fond of automation and a firm believer in never sending humans to do a machine’s job.
Al Sargent
Sr. Director of Product - InfluxData
Al had co-founded cloud computing pioneer Sauce Labs, and has led product teams at New Relic, VMware, Pivotal, and other cloud software companies. Al has a BS in Symbolic Systems from Stanford University, and an MBA from UCLA Anderson, and a US Patent for software monitoring (7,730,193).

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