The recent DevOps World | Jenkins World 2018 San Francisco conference offered a bevy of interesting conversations with folks from all corners of the DevOps space, from testing to automation to security and beyond. All of those conversations are available for viewing on DevOpsTV.
My two days in the Broadcast Booth on the show floor at the conference was busy, busy, as a number of attendees stopped by 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 2 video interviews (Day 1’s recap is available for viewing here):
Contrast Security Discusses DevSecOps
Mahesh Babu of Contrast Security stopped by to discuss his company’s technology, which helps an app protect itself through agents that constantly monitor the code to see in real time any problems within the application.
Smart Bear Talks AI and Testing
Daniel Giordano of SmartBear chatted with us about how his company is using artificial intelligence technology in its testing products to test things beyond objects such as images and charts.
Perfecto’s Kinsbruner Debuts Continuous Testing Book
Eran Kinsbruner of Perfecto talked with us about the launch of his book, “Continuous Testing for DevOps,” which he wrote in conjunction with CloudBees.
JFrog Offers Take on DevOps Culture
Baruch Sadogursky of JFrog discussed the challenges in DevOps with respect to culture and ways companies are finding ways to make the cultural change.
Electric Cloud Offers Technology Update
Electric Cloud’s Sam Fell stopped by the Broadcast Booth and offered up an update on the company’s technology stack and its potential impact on the development environment.
IT Methods Talks Cloud Adoption
Paul Goldman of ITMethods talked with us about the evolution from on-premises to cloud deployments and the various reasons why organizations are making the change.
Go2Group Offers Service Provider Perspective
Mike Maheu of services provider Go2Group discussed the trends his company is seeing regarding organizations that are undergoing DevOps adoption, including the tooling and practices.
Services Provider Zivra Talks DevOps’ Global Impact
JJ Alvarez of Zivra, CloudBees’ Partner of the Year, talked with us about the global expansion of DevOps and the recent surge of Latin American and South American countries adopting DevOps principles.
SauceLabs Talks Testing and Security
Clint Sprauve from SauceLabs stopped by to discuss the correlation between testing and security in DevOps as companies struggle to maintain quality in their application development process.
Releasing the Gitcracken
James Quigley of Gitcracken talked with us about the role of his company in helping developers improve their coding performance and productivity and increase the comfort level of less-experienced developers.
Twistlock Talks Kubernetes
Matthew Barker of Twistlock discussed the impact of Kubernetes on application development and trends he’s seeing in the Kubernetes space as a whole.
Pivotal’s Approach to DevOps
Pivotal’s Nima Badiey schooled me on his title and chatted about how his organization approaches DevOps with its customers, especially large enterprise companies that have legacy systems and mindsets.
NowSecure Talks Mobile Development
NowSecure Chief Mobility Officer Brian Reed discussed trends in the mobility space, including the use of mobile app projects as a “gateway to DevOps.”