August 13, 2018
1 PM ET
With a name change, and a second location this year, what can attendees expect from DevOps World | Jenkins World 2018?
CloudBees is the conference organizer, and team members Andre Pino, VP of marketing, Tyler Croy, Jenkins community evangelist, and Brian Dawson, DevOps evangelist, sit down to talk about the largest gathering of DevOps practitioners and Jenkins users in the world. The team will discuss this year’s conference theme TRANSFORM and will highlight the opportunities the conference offers to learn about DevOps, continuous delivery and how to transform your own software delivery processes.
Bonus for webinar attendees: We will give you a special code to use for a discounted registration and the opportunity to take the Jenkins certification exam for free!
VP of Marketing, CloudBees
André brings more than 20 years of experience in high technology marketing and communications to his role as vice president of marketing. He has experience in several enterprise software markets including application development tools, middleware, manufacturing and supply chain, enterprise search and software quality and testing tools. André has particular expertise in working with the executive teams of enterprise software companies to create unique competitive positioning, build pipeline and establish sustainable market leadership. Prior to joining CloudBees, he served as principal analyst serving technology marketers at Forrester Research. He has also held a number of senior management positions in marketing and communications with companies such as Segue Software, Hewlett-Packard, Unisys Corp. and Bluestone Software. André holds a BS from Eastern University.
Jenkins Community Evangelist, CloudBees
Tyler Croy has been trying to build web applications faster and faster, first with Python and now with Ruby at Lookout Mobile Security, Inc. On a daily basis, he is building new back-end services to help Lookout scale up, or helping engineers build, test and deploy their software better and faster. As a long time member of the Jenkins community, Tyler has also been involved in building the Jenkins project infrastructure and helping evangelize the use of Jenkins through the @jenkinsci Twitter account and the jenkins-ci.org blog.
DevOps Evangelist, CloudBees
Brian is currently a DevOps evangelist and practitioner at CloudBees where he helps the open source community and CloudBees customers in the implementation of agile, continuous integration (CI), continuous delivery (CD) and DevOps practices. Before CloudBees, Brian spent over 22 years as a software professional in multiple domains including QA, engineering and management. Most recently he led an agile transformation consulting practice helping organizations small and large implement CI, CD and DevOps.