August 8, 2017
1 pm EDT
Many believe that DevOps is primarily for greenfield projects. But, in order to compete enterprises must scale DevOps to utilize new technology solutions while maximizing the value of their current investments in critical IT infrastructure and business applications. Join Gary Gruver, well known DevOps leader and author, and Mark Levy, Director of Strategy at Micro Focus as they discuss the main challenges facing large enterprises as they try to scale DevOps across their brownfield environments.
During this webinar they will discuss:
- IT leadership and the DevOps culture
- System thinking across the enterprise
- How legacy and waterfall teams can transition to DevOps
Mark Levy, Director of Strategy, Micro Focus
Mark is Director of Strategy at Micro Focus, providing insight into how modern software practices such as Agile and DevOps enable large enterprise IT organizations to build and deliver software faster and with less risk. Over the last 25 years, Mark has held marketing, product management, and product development positions focusing on application development, service, availability, and performance management. Mark speaks and writes on modern software practices from mainframe to mobile and is the host of the webinar series the “DevOps Drive-in” where he interviews industry thought leaders on topics such as DevOps best practices, culture, and high performance IT.
Gary Gruver, DevOps Author and Consultant
Gary is an experienced executive with a proven track record of transforming software development processes and working with executives in large organizations. As co-author of A Practical Approach to Large-Scale Agile Development, he documented how HP revolutionized software development while he was the director of the LaserJet Firmware development lab at HP. As VP of QE, Release, and Operations at Macys.com he led their transition to continuous delivery. Gary currently lives in Idaho with his wife and enjoys skiing, hiking, and mountain biking.