Livestream the closing keynote from DevOpsCon 2018!
Couldn’t make it to Munich this year for DevOpsCon? We’re sorry we missed you, but we’ve got you covered with a livestream of this year’s closing keynote speech from Bernd Rederlechner and Boris Folgmann! Tune in to see the keynote live at 14:15 CET.
DevOpsCon is one of the premier conferences for CI/CD, microservices, containers, cloud computing, and lean business in Germany. It’s taking place between December 3-6th in Munich, with over 50 workshops, sessions, and keynotes from international speakers and industry experts.
Can’t make it out to Munich this year? While you’ll miss out on our expo with top IT companies, we’d hate to deprive you of our insightful keynotes. So, we’re livestreaming today’s closing keynote from Bernd Rederlechner and Boris Folgmann!
Every new project in nearly every organization wants to include DevOps, and every team wants to get faster. However, putting every person in a room together and introducing some new technologies does not guarantee for even slightly improved lead times. What is the reason? Does DevOps really work for the world outside our IT bubble? Let´s switch perspectives and find out how speed and flow is perceived by the end users of our systems. What are possible brakes and how can we release them?
Bernd Rederlechner works as one of the Chief Technologists of T-Systems. Having his roots in software development, he has set productive small innovation projects to major strategic programs (such as De-Mail) – being responsible for all architectural decisions in software and system design. With this stable foundation for the practical application of DevOps, his mission is to show cloud customers as well as T-Systems itself fast and efficient ways for the successful realization of digital business ideas.
Boris Folgmann has been working as a Lead Architect DevOps and Cloud for T-Systems International since 2016. In 2018, he created DevOps as a Service, a new product that offers a complete DevOps tool chain in a SaaS approach. He’s got more than twenty years of experience in Software Development and worked as a freelancer for different start-ups in leading positions. His own company develops and operates services for European MNOs. Previous to his career at T-Systems, he substantially enhanced the functionality of the Business Marketplace for the SaaS offering of Deutsche Telekom in his role as Program Manager. For nearly two years he was the Technical Lead for building the Swisscom Cloud which included hands-on work for Continuous Integration, Continuous Delivery, Code Security and QA automation.
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