Build resilient systems at scale
28–30 October 2015 • Amsterdam, The Netherlands

Can your software development and delivery keep up with the Cloud?

11:50–12:30 Friday, 30/10/2015
Location: G109
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Software delivered in time = when really needed. Closing the execution gap with the right cloud implementation.

Adopting and deploying cloud in your organization doesn’t solve on its own the continuous and timely software delivery issue.Taking the full advantage of the on demand model, you need constantly new software capabilities. In a recent IBM Institute for Business Value study, the majority of business leaders indicated that software development and delivery capability is critical to being able to exploit cloud for competitive advantage. Remarkably, three quarters felt that their teams did not leverage it effectively today. This “execution gap” — the difference between the need to deliver software effectively and the ability to do so — is causing missed business opportunities for the vast majority of companies surveyed.

In his talk, Cor will address the execution gap with three main practices that stand out for cloud software capability and how to introduce them in parallel with cloud adoption. He will focus on DevOps enabling organizations to achieve faster time to market and/or time to value. The session will explore real use cases to determine how to best keep up with cloud.

This session is sponsored by SoftLayer, an IBM Company

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Cor van der Struijf

IBM

As Senior Cloud Advisor, Cor van der Struijf helps clients with their business and IT challenges in the Cloud solution domain. For that, he identifies comprehensive, innovative solutions in partnership with clients. His focus is on sharing best practices, how to use Cloud technologies and practices.

Before this, he hold several senior positions at both IBM and Sun Microsystems, including Global Technical Advisor and Alliance Architect. He holds a PhD from Utrecht University and an MBA from Warwick Business School.