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jay compton

jay compton
VP of Engineering, Healthagen, an Aetna company

Website | @boost09

Software and development operations manager and leader with 15 years of software and system engineering experience. Specialties include building web scale applications and operations for large-scale volume. Software engineering background includes agile/lean development methods such as scrum/kanban/XP/pair programming and continuous integration/delivery. Development and web operations, including datacenter and cloud operations, high availability/disaster recovery/business continuity planning, and degradation prediction/prevention. Cost-effective, sustainable and adaptive system design with a focus on the performance of the entire system.

- Adaptive, distributed system and deployment engineering
- Web and mobile scale operations
- Agile and lean product development
- Cross-functional engineering management and leadership
- Bringing the whole system together to function as a singular computing unit and making sure it runs well
- Building engineering teams and culture centered around top engineering athletes


Office Hours
Table 3 (Sponsor Pavilion)
jay compton (Healthagen, an Aetna company)
Engineering principles apply across the spectrum of any organization, including yours. Jay is here to discuss the application of software engineering practices for building infrastructure to create flexible, scalable, and reliable distributed systems. He’ll also talk about building distributed systems in a highly regulated environment—even in the cloud. Read more.
jay compton (Healthagen, an Aetna company)
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Engineering principles can apply across the spectrum of technology, from development to operations, or even design and product management. Devops can be scaled to a large organization with the right engineering team, supporting experimentation, and rapid deployment in highly regulated industries. This focus on full-stack engineering also supports a high degree of adaptability in times of change. Read more.