Should the goals and principles of DevOps be the same for every company? Is it possible for every company to reach CI/CD?
Software delivery teams come in all different shapes and sizes. Each team has its own DNA that has organically evolved through generations of diverse experiences, skill sets, tools, technologies and sets of processes.
So, if every project team looks entirely different than the next, where do you start?
RESERVE YOUR SEAT for this roundtable discussion where we will cover different types of organizational situations and the common as well as unique challenges each situation may face in their DevOps transition. We will review ways to address specific inefficiencies in each situations development process as well as how to plan accordingly and minimize risk along the way.
Date: Wednesday, November 15
Time: 9:00am PT
We will cover:
- How to transition to DevOps and align your development, testing and release processes
- How to plan for your DevOps transition based on your current operational reality
- A breakdown of common as well as unique DevOps obstacles
- A method for systematically resolving your development issues to enable test automation
RESERVE YOUR SEAT and bring your questions for the panelists:
- Tanya Kravtsov is the Director of QA at Audible. She is building a new QA organization to support innovative web product development at scale. Previously, as head of automation and continuous delivery at ROKITT, senior QA manager at Syncsort, and VP at Morgan Stanley, Tanya focused on quality, automation, and DevOps practices, working with internal and external customers to transform development and testing processes. Tanya is passionate about process automation, continuous integration, and continuous delivery. She is a founder of the DevOpsQA NJ Meetup group and a frequent speaker at STAREAST, QUEST, and other conferences and events. Follow her on Twitter @DevOpsQA.
- Bob Crews is the President of Checkpoint Technologies. He is a consultant and trainer with almost three decades of I.T. experience including full life-cycle development involving development, requirements management and software testing. He is also the President of the Tampa Bay Quality Assurance Association. He has consulted and trained for over 200 different organizations in areas such as effectively using automated testing solutions, test planning, implementing automated frameworks and developing practices which ensure the maximum return-on-investment with automated solutions.