As application release velocity becomes a reality for the enterprise, DevOps professionals must consider how and when to transition brownfield enterprise applications to an agile approach. With production applications on legacy infrastructure, how do you think about “changing the engine on a flying plane”?
Rob Berger is currently Architect at Mist Systems and a noted visionary in the DevOps space, with hands-on experience in automating large enterprise class workloads and migrating traditional product development to agile methodologies.
Join Varma Kunaparaju, CTO of Vistara, as he hosts Rob Berger to discuss:
- What elements of legacy applications can and should be changed
- Common pitfalls and challenges in transforming an application “in flight”
- Deep dive into best practices in re-engineering APIs, responsive and automation
- Best practices and what’s next for enterprise DevOps
Date: Tuesday, April 14th, 2015
Time: 2pm eastern standard time
Rob Berger is currently Architect at Mist Systems, and a real visionary in the DevOps space, with hands-on experience in automating large enterprise class workloads and migrating traditional product development to agile methodologies. Most recently Rob has been involved with software and web services development based on Ruby and Rails as a consultant or advisor at SkyPilot, TelTel, ZipDX and CloudScaling. Rob was a founder and the CTO of Runa Inc., an early stage start-up developing a Software as a Service for online merchants.
Varma Kunaparaju is President and Chief Technology Officer at Vistara. Varma co-founded Vistara, driving the development of the unified IT operations management platform. Varma has over 20 years of experience in high-technology engineering, and has a proven record of building and delivering enterprise software.