Technology leaders from Disney, IBM, Ticketmaster, Pearson and Salesforce among the first to join the premier DevOps Enterprise event speaker lineup
PORTLAND, Oregon, April 20, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- IT Revolution (http://itrevolution.com), the industry leader for advancing DevOps, today announced its first round of speakers for DevOps Enterprise Summit London (DOES16), the premier industry conference for the leaders of large, complex organizations implementing DevOps in the UK and Continental Europe (http://events.itrevolution.com/eu/). Tickets for the conference, which is scheduled for June 30-July 1 at the Hilton London Metropole, can be found at: (http://bit.ly/doesldnreg). Early Bird registration ends May 2 and is highly encouraged, as the popular DevOps Enterprise Summit San Francisco event has sold out the past two years, while doubling in attendance.
Jeremy Waite, Chief Digital Strategist at Salesforce
"The speakers assembled at the DevOps Enterprise Summit are technology leaders who are pioneering the practices of how large, complex organizations transform and deliver software," said Gene Kim, founder of IT Revolution and co-author of "The Phoenix Project: A Novel About IT, DevOps, and Helping Your Business Win." "They have all overcome immense challenges to help their organizations win in the marketplace, and we can all learn from their experiences."
IT Revolution and Premier Sponsor HPE Software are excited to present the inaugural DOES16 London event this summer. As a vendor-neutral conference, DevOps Enterprise Summit curates stories from the enterprise point-of-view. Most of the presentations follow a very specific "experience report" structure—each speaker describes their organization and their industry, the business problem they faced, where they started their transformation, what they did, and the business outcomes. It's a simple yet powerful format that reveals solutions to shared problems and new practices that can be used in other business contexts.
About IT Revolution IT Revolution assembles technology leaders and practitioners through publishing, events, and research. Our goal is to elevate the state of technology work, quantify the economic and human costs associated with suboptimal IT performance, and to improve the lives of one million IT professionals by 2017.