Engineering the Future of Software
29–31 Oct 2018: Tutorials & Conference
31 Oct–1 Nov 2018: Training
London, UK

Accelerating enterprise DevOps

John Jeremiah (GitLab)
13:1514:05 Tuesday, 30 October 2018
Enterprise architecture
Location: Blenheim Room - Palace Suite

What you'll learn

  • Explore best practices and ideas to help you lead DevOps transformations and accelerate software delivery

Description

To accelerate software delivery to meet business demands, successful DevOps transformations must focus on the complete software life cycle. To foster DevOps learning and transformation, John Jeremiah shares experiences and answers questions on how other companies lead significant DevOps and Agile transformations in mission-critical software environments. You’ll learn how to break down the silos and increase visibility across the IT organization, empower teams to work together to rapidly build quality software, and define and automate pipelines to deliver changes faster and more reliably.

Photo of John Jeremiah

John Jeremiah

GitLab

John Jeremiah is an enterprise DevOps evangelist and product marketing leader at GitLab. A multifaceted IT software leader with over 20 years of IT leadership and software experience, John previously led HPE’s software digital research team spearheading industry research, where he helped develop and shape DevOps positioning and go-to-market strategy, promoted DevOps both internally and externally, founded HPE’s internal DevOps Sharing virtual conference, and helped cofound and launch TechBeacon.com. He has also held a variety of leadership positions with the US Navy, IT consulting, and Fortune 500 IT organizations, in roles ranging from application developer to project and program manager to IT director leading the adoption of an Agile and CMMI Maturity Level 3 process framework. He holds a bachelor’s degree from Oregon State University and an MS in information technology from the George Washington University School of Business.

Leave a Comment or Question

Help us make this conference the best it can be for you. Have questions you'd like this speaker to address? Suggestions for issues that deserve extra attention? Feedback that you'd like to share with the speaker and other attendees?

Join the conversation here (requires login)