The Future of DevOps
Thursday 28 April
The Future of DevOps: Inspiration for Innovation
Thursday 28 April
Deskflix Season 2 focuses on the future of DevOps and the innovation we can expect to see in the next year. Bringing together developers, directors, engineers, and programmers to network and engage in a bid to inspire the future of this blossoming industry.
With a focus on AI integration, Security focus and sophistication on the everyday process carried out by industry professionals, the DevOps festival is looks to be the next wonderful instalment to our Deskflix series. Join us for a day of discussion, learning and inspiration on Thursday 28 April.
Join us for this season of Deskflix: The Future of DevOps to hear from industry experts, leading partners, and your peers on all of the above. Available live or on-demand you’ll learn about best practice, the most common challenges, and gain valuable lessons on how to approach your 2022 DevOps journey.
>> Connect with 200 UK IT leaders from around the UK
>> Join us from anywhere on your desktop or tablet, for free
>> Ask industry experts your burning questions, in real time
>> Network with sponsors in the virtual exhibition
>> Earn certification through CPD
>> Enter our competitions to win great prizes!
Check out our 2022 Agenda!
• The benefits of using DevOps to deliver government services at scale
• The challenges that we have encountered
• Making choices to allow a focus on the opportunities to come
• How organizations have simplified and accelerated testing at scale to help turn testing into a competitive advantage
• How more customer-centric test plans and test cases can drive better business outcomes
• Practical takeaways for how to change testing to deliver software faster, safer
• What is DevSecOps and how can we implement it?
• Increasing Efficiency and cost effectivity with a safety focus
• Staying ahead of the cyber attacks by embedding a focus on security early in the development process
Sean will look at addressing the tech skills gap in 2022 and how the market is driving innovation with all-things cloud and digital, all while navigating challenges like the great resignation and remote work. The session pulls out findings from Pluralsight's 2022 Tech Forecast report, which dives into the trends that COVID-19 accelerated and gives guidance on how leaders can improve on what they learned and provide insights on how to build better teams, processes, and products in the years ahead.
This session will deep dive into how AIOps and HealthOps are being used in Healum – a collaborative cloud based platform that enables clinicians to support and motivate their patients to better manage long term health conditions. Find out how AIOps inspired Healum to develop HealthOps using AI and machine learning based on the core principles of AIOps. Discover how this has enabled them to help people living with long term health conditions such as type 2 diabetes.
• How does testing contribute to DevOps success?
• Does speed trump quality, or vice versa?
• Early testing in the software development process is the path to success
Enjoy this time to visit our exhibitors’ booths, network and be sure to grab a coffee!
DevOps has developed over the years and it's fair to say that an exact definition is difficult to articulate. More importantly, organisations struggle to understand what DevOps could look like for them and how they could experience the value to their business from its adoption. No two DevOps transformations are similar and “What does DevOps look like for us?” is a common question we are asked. This led Cloudreach to develop a practical approach which seeks to answer that question and enable our customers to deliver their DevOps transformation strategy.
Tech teams are needing to move fast and upgrade their tech skills to solve a set of emerging challenges. In this session we will look at what they are and how they can be addressed.
Challenges: Unprecedented cybersecurity threats due to increased remote work faster adoption of cloud technologies to reduce operational costs new business models Steps to address:
Processes, techniques and tools needed to help
Having the right people with the right skills at the right time.
Continuously looking for opportunities to improve what you do