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The State of Continuous Delivery


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Sponsored by HCL Software, Plutora, LevelOps, keysight, and stackhawk

Monday, July 12, 2021
1 p.m. ET

Continuous integration and continuous delivery have long been important elements in adopting and implementing DevOps processes, as they lay the groundwork for building better-quality applications more quickly. But while continuous integration is relatively easy for organizations to master, continuous delivery traditionally has been more difficult—incorporating multiple elements including testing and quality assurance that are anything but one size fits all.

In this topic spotlight, we take a look at the state of the continuous delivery space and provide insight into various issues impacting continuous delivery, as well as ways organizations can find success in their continuous delivery strategy.

Senthil Nathan
Product Manager - HCL Software
Senthil Nathan is the Product Manager in HCL Software DevOps.  He guides on the strategy & development work for the continuous delivery product, HCL Launch. Senthil has 17+ years of experience in software ranging from a Mainframe developer to a DevOps Architect. In the last 5 years, Senthil has helped companies in their DevOps journey. He has helped customers understand their enterprise complexity and help them identify processes that suits them well.
Meghana Dwarakanath
Director of Customer Success - LevelOps
Meghana started her career in Quality and Performance Engineering, and has built and scaled quality processes and teams at leading companies like Palo Alto Networks. As a founding member of LevelOps, she has applied her insights to help solve the core challenges that lead organizations towards Engineering Excellence.  She now heads Customer Success at LevelOps where she is responsible for overall product and customer health.
Jay Epps
Team Lead, Solution Architects - Keysight
Jay Epps is the team lead for the Solutions Architect team in the Americas. He guides his team to support the sales efforts for Eggplant Software offered by Keysight Technologies. Jay has over 25 years in Software Testing and has worked with fictional and performance automaton, he has managed QA departments, and he has set up Centers of Excellent (CoE) for Fortune 500 companies.
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. Founding board member of the Value Stream Management Consortium and an Ambassador for the DevOps Institute.
Zachary Conger
Senior DevOps Engineer - StackHawk
Zachary is a Senior DevOps Engineer for StackHawk. As a startup junkie, he has played many roles including operations, engineering, product development, and leadership. In his current role, he is focused on the evolving CI/CD landscape and how this diverse set of technologies can be used to improve the productivity of software developers, and the quality of the code they produce. Outside of work he enjoys music, photography, and cycling.

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