DevOps is a practice that means many things to many people. Technically speaking, it tends to reference how development and operations staff collaborate together across the in the entire service lifecycle, from design through the development process to production support. More specifically, DevOps requires collaboration among stakeholders, adoption of automation, and consistent application delivery. In short, DevOps is a fundamental method accelerating organizational transformation.
- Integrating DevOps methodologies to accelerate dynamic collaboration
- Empowering cross-functional teams to mitigate the risk of application vulnerabilities
- Utilizing agile approaches to spur evolutionary business processes and streamline cultural norms
Pete Tseronis, CEO, Dots and Bridges LLC
Dr. Joesph L. Ronzio, Deputy Chief Health Technology Officer, United States Department of Veterans Affairs
Tom Hazelwood, Office of the CIO, Office of Naval Intelligence
Chris Rennie, Federal Strategic Account Leader, DoD-Navy/Marine Corps & DHA, GitLab