While cloud native appears to be on a huge winning streak, there’s an elephant in the room—too many enterprise development teams have been left behind, facing a host of cultural changes, complexities, and training challenges. Bob Quillin outlines how the cloud native community can address these challenges and create a more open multicloud future, reduce complexity (rather than piling more on), and be more inclusive to all teams—modern and traditional, startups and enterprises alike.
This keynote is sponsored by Oracle Cloud Infrastructure.
Bob Quillin is vice president of developer relations at Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI), where he leads OCI developer relations, advocacy, engagement, and lighthouse adoption. Bob has focused his career on applying automation to simplify complex cloud, IT, and developer challenges. He joined Oracle as part of its 2015 acquisition of StackEngine, an early container-native pioneer building services and platforms designed to help developers and DevOps teams build, orchestrate, and scale enterprise-grade container apps, where he was cofounder and CEO. Previously, Bob was CEO of Austin-based cloud monitoring SaaS startup CopperEgg (acquired by IDERA in 2013) and held executive and startup leadership roles at nLayers, EMC, and VMware.
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