DevOps World | Jenkins World 2018 San Francisco has come and gone, but not without leaving a multitude of new connections and fascinating conversations in its wake. Case in point: the myriad video interviews now available on DevOps TV.
During my two days at the conference, the broadcast booth in the exhibit hall was humming with folks from all over stopping in for a quick chat with Jayne Groll, CEO of DevOps Institute, or me. Topics ranged from the growing influence of artificial intelligence to the importance of testing and DevSecOps. Below is a recap of the Day 1 video interviews (Day 2’s recap will post next week):
Twistlock Talks Container Security
Keith Mokris of Twistlock kicked off the day’s conversations with a discussion about security in the DevOps and container space, including the challenges organizations have in creating and deploying cloud-native apps.
Plutora Discusses Integration Challenges Among Companies
Bob Davis of Plutora stopped by to talk about the struggles his company sees organizations having in integrating their legacy systems with newer technologies such as cloud, as well as scaling their DevOps initiatives enterprisewide.
QA Symphony Recaps Tricentis Merger
DJ Frank, sales engineer at QA Symphony, discusses his company’s recent merger with Tricentis and the role of automation in digital transformation, no matter how far along organizations are in their journey.
AppliTools Talks Digital Transformation
James Lamberti of AppliTools chatted with DevOps Institute’s Jayne Groll about the role his company plays in digital transformation, specifically how it solves the problem of broken UIs and their impact on the customer experience.
KPMG Highlights Need for Right Toolchain in Transformation
Mark Shank and Mike Wolf of KPMG discussed with Groll business transformation beyond tooling in determining the right approach to modern delivery and DevOps.
American Express’ DevOps Journey
Durga Dabberu of American Express and Groll discuss his company’s journey to DevOps and how Amex has transformed as a result.
XebiaLabs Talks DevOps Beyond ‘Dev’
Patrick Bishop of XebiaLabs chatted with Groll about trends in the DevOps space and cultural challenge many organizations face in adopting DevOps methodologies.
WhiteSource Talks Security’s Role in Transformation
Dan Gross of WhiteSource and Groll discussed his company’s role in helping organizations transform using open source technologies within the boundaries of security.
Tricentis and the Evolution of Testing
Wayne Ariola of Tricentis and Groll chatted about the transformation of testing as a competency across the DevOps spectrum.
Red Hat Talks Cloud-Native, Kubernetes
Red Hat’s Ari Livigni discussed with Groll the shift toward cloud-native Jenkins and using Kubernetes as their platform of choice and how Red Hat is adapting to this new paradigm.
Infostretch and the Continuous Economy
Infostretch CEO and co-founder Rutesh Shah discusses the “continuous economy” and his company’s role as a provider of continuous testing.
DevOps from the Service Provider Perspective
Harris Kirk of Walters Kluwer, a service provider focusing on the legal, tax, finance and healthcare industries, outlined how his company is using DevOps to help its clients work more effectively.
So many conversations, so little time! Check back next week for a recap of the Day 2 video interviews.