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Build a DevOps Culture & Infrastructure for Success.

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Companies around the world are jumping on the DevOps bandwagon with many projects and teams using a proliferation of automation tools and custom scripts. While we’re creating faster deployments, does this create more chaos and fragmentation than ever before?

Find out what it takes to build the right culture and infrastructure for real DevOps success. Watch this free two-part webinar series for insights that you can apply immediately. Plus you can earn 1 PDU credit for each webinar.

Part 1: Lessons Learned from Target’s DevOps Journey
Heather Mickman, Director, Enterprise Services & Integration, and Ross Clanton, Sr. Group Manager, Engineering Practices, at Target, will share the key challenges & lessons learned. You'll learn how to:

  • Build a DevOps culture
  • Create bottoms up and top down support for DevOps
  • Drive momentum across the automation toolchain
  • Expand continuous integration/continuous delivery across the enterprise
  • Transform your infrastructure to an end-to-end service model focused on enabling
  • Shift from project to product thinking

Part 2: Tame the Frenzy with a Unified DevOps Solution
Ian Culling, CTO at VersionOne, and Dennis Ehle, VP, DevOps Strategy at VersionOne, will introduce a new, more holistic way of thinking about DevOps. They will demonstrate a Unified DevOps solution for automating, orchestrating, and visualizing the end-to-end software development lifecycle idea to delivery. In this webinar you will learn:

  • The value of integrating your planning platform with your automation toolchain
  • How to achieve a single source of truth and visibility across your DevOps stack
  • How to eliminate manual intervention and deliver more reliably

Companies around the world are jumping on the DevOps bandwagon with many projects and teams using a proliferation of automation tools and custom scripts. While we’re creating faster deployments, does this create more chaos and fragmentation than ever before?

Find out what it takes to build the right culture and infrastructure for real DevOps success. Watch this free two-part webinar series for insights that you can apply immediately. Plus you can earn 1 PDU credit for each webinar.

Part 1: Lessons Learned from Target’s DevOps Journey
Heather Mickman, Director, Enterprise Services & Integration, and Ross Clanton, Sr. Group Manager, Engineering Practices, at Target, will share the key challenges & lessons learned. You'll learn how to:

  • Build a DevOps culture
  • Create bottoms up and top down support for DevOps
  • Drive momentum across the automation toolchain
  • Expand continuous integration/continuous delivery across the enterprise
  • Transform your infrastructure to an end-to-end service model focused on enabling
  • Shift from project to product thinking

Part 2: Tame the Frenzy with a Unified DevOps Solution
Ian Culling, CTO at VersionOne, and Dennis Ehle, VP, DevOps Strategy at VersionOne, will introduce a new, more holistic way of thinking about DevOps. They will demonstrate a Unified DevOps solution for automating, orchestrating, and visualizing the end-to-end software development lifecycle idea to delivery. In this webinar you will learn:

  • The value of integrating your planning platform with your automation toolchain
  • How to achieve a single source of truth and visibility across your DevOps stack
  • How to eliminate manual intervention and deliver more reliably

Presenters

Heather Mickman
Director, Enterprise Services & Integration
Target

Heather Mickman is the leader for the API and Integration team at Target and a DevOps enthusiast. Throughout her career, Heather has continuously embraced hard technology challenges from consulting large Fortune 50 companies on supply chain approach, implementing warehouse automation technologies, running large Ops & Support organizations, and establishing enterprise security approaches. She has a passion for technology, building high performing teams, driving a culture of innovation, and having fun along the way.

Ross Clanton
Sr. Group Manager, Engineering Practices
Target

An accomplished technology leader with over 17 years of IT experience in the retail industry, Ross Clanton is a DevOps enthusiast whose mission is to drive culture change, Lean principles and extensive automation across technology service delivery. He has broad experience across IT functions and is currently focused on enabling and accelerating the DevOps movement at Target. Ross also co-hosts The Goat Farm with Michael Ducy, which is a podcast specifically focused on DevOps in the Enterprise.

Ian Culling
CTO
VersionOne

Ian Culling brings more than 20 years of broad information technology experience to the CTO role at VersionOne and he lends tremendous expertise to his areas of responsibility, including software product management, design & development and enterprise information technology. He has significant practical experience with the introduction, scaling and adaptive execution of agile methods, having initially implemented strict XP with a single team in 2000. Since that time, Ian has progressed to lead and coach both small and large organizations in their transition to agile methods.

Dennis Ehle
VP, DevOps Strategy
VersionOne

Dennis Ehle is a pioneer and thought leader in continuous delivery automation and agile delivery methodologies. Dennis is passionate about helping agile teams dramatically reduce the transaction cost associated with delivering incremental change. Prior to joining VersionOne, Dennis led the creation of ClearCode Labs to help organizations continuously deliver high-quality software releases more frequently by merging proven methodologies with empowering tools and technology.

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