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We’ll Show You How to Achieve DevOps Success at DevOps West

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I’m giving a talk at DevOps West that might save a lot of development and operations jobs, and could help differentiate successful from less successful organizations. Am I overstating this? I don’t think so. Let me explain: Development in many organizations has moved toward the agile approach during the last decade or so. Properly done, agile is a culture. It has blurred the separation between teams. Within the agile culture, development, testing, and business teams work together. Today, this culture includes operations, hence the name DevOps. DevOps is more than a method of application development. In the past, friction between development and operations may have been caused by their pursuance of different goals, but the DevOps approach is designed to provide coordination between all stakeholders. I believe DevOps will become increasingly important, and that successful implementation can result in higher quality, faster development, more satisfied customers, and greater overall satisfaction. I’ll be giving my presentation, “Achieving DevOps Success: Enabling Continuous Delivery Goals Through Application Integration” on Wednesday, June 7, from 11:30 AM until 12:30 PM. In this talk, I’ll explain the transition from traditional to agile approaches, and from agile to DevOps. I will explore the primary goals of DevOps, and outline the principles that define it. You’ll learn about the intersection of functions in DevOps – development, operations and QA/testing – and you’ll see how to locate and address bottlenecks in the process. I’ll list the tools commonly in use by the various teams involved in DevOps. Of course, there’s a challenge – teams don’t always use the same tools. The data produced by a planning tool like Jira doesn’t natively interact with a development tool like HP ALM, and HP ALM won’t natively connect to a testing tool like Ranorex. In order for DevOps to work as effectively as possible, your tools must work together seamlessly – for that, they must be integrated. An integration platform, like the ConnectALL Integration Platform, has become essential. It provides simple, reliable synchronization across the organization. It allows teams to keep using the systems of their choice, and enables the DevOps systems to work together. It lets teams easily collaborate. I’ll go into more detail about ConnectALL during my presentation. Go2Group will also be demonstrating the ConnectALL Integration Platform, and ConnectALL Insights, our new data unification application, at Booth 10 in the Expo area. Although I will talk briefly about ConnectALL Insights during my presentation, you can learn more about it at our booth. DevOps West will be at Caesar’s Palace in Las Vegas, Nevada, from June 4-9, 2017. The first two days are set aside for special training and testing, and the conference begins on June 6. Sessions offer tutorials and training, and cover a variety of tracks. An Expo will include Go2Group and other exhibitors. DevOps West is being held concurrently with the Better Software West and the Agile Dev West conferences. For information about DevOps West, click here. For more information about ConnectALL or ConnectALL Insights, contact Us. I look forward to seeing you at DevOps West!
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Bharath Venkatesh

Marketing Manager at Go2Group
As a B2B marketing professional, I specialize in go-to-market strategy that helps organizations use both offline and digital platform to connect with their audience and create a customer-centric brand. My background includes more than 8+ years of marketing experience in planning marketing programs, lead generation, social media engagement, budgeting and campaign planning, webinars and trade show management, comprehensive product promotion campaigns and analytics.
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