May 28 – 31, 2018 | Berlin

BUSINESS & COMPANY CULTURE
DevOpsCon

„Organizations are struggling to roll out change and as we know “Culture eats strategy for breakfast!” Trough identifying the different types of team members’ personalities and leveraging their chemistry you can deliver change at scale.“

Morgan Martins, Institute of Physics

 

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Track Business & Company Culture

The lack of communication and collaboration between departments is no longer an issue which keeps employers up at night; DevOps is meant to radically optimize IT in a world where shorter development cycles and systems’ stability don’t necessarily go hand in hand. The classic infrastructure is specifically affected: characterised by “Infrastructure as a Service”, microservices or container technology, new techniques emerge.
But all these tools and technologies only provide value when used with the right corporate culture which emphasizes values such as transparency and collaboration. In this track, DevOps practitioners share their success stories and provide tips on how to kick-start your DevOps adoption.

Track Speakers

Markus Andrezak

Markus Andrezak

überproduct GmbH
Sebastian Schreck

Sebastian Schreck

Mister Spex GmbH
Thomas Uebel

Thomas Uebel

Mister Spex GmbH
Nic Jackson

Nic Jackson

HashiCorp
Sebastian Meyen

Sebastian Meyen

Software & Support Media
Paul Reed

Paul Reed

Consultant
Erkan Yanar

Erkan Yanar

linsenraum.de
Björn Rabenstein

Björn Rabenstein

SoundCloud Ltd.
Rich Taylor

Rich Taylor

Mattermost
Dr. Robin Bühler

Dr. Robin Bühler

Allianz Technology
Darío Blanco

Darío Blanco

Schoen Digital Labs
Julia Wester

Julia Wester

Lagom Solutions
Morgan Martins

Morgan Martins

Institute of Physics
Alexander Heusingfeld

Alexander Heusingfeld

Vorwerk International Strecker & Co.
Greg Bledsoe

Greg Bledsoe

Disruptor-In-Chief

Track Program

Closing Panel and Conference Wrap up

Nic Jackson, HashiCorp
Sebastian Meyen, Software & Support Media
Paul Reed, Consultant
Erkan Yanar, linsenraum.de

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