HCL Software DevOps is excited to be a Virtual BFF sponsor at the DevOps Enterprise Summit, happening virtually October 13 – 15. DOES is the perfect place to connect with DevOps experts around the globe, and a great way to get to know the HCL Software DevOps portfolio of solutions. Here’s what we have planned for HCL Software DevOps at DOES:
HCL LAUNCH LIVE DEMO
Tuesday, October 13, 11:05 am – 11:35 am PDT
See our market-leading continuous delivery platform in action and ask the experts your questions.
THE TIME IS NOW – ACCELERATE DEVOPS & AGILE WITH VSM
Tuesday, October 13, 12:35 pm – 1: 35 pm PDT
Can value stream management really solve all of your software delivery challenges? Join the live VendorDome session with HCL Software DevOps and Plutora to hear first-hand how Value Stream Management (VSM) is helping enterprises accelerate their DevOps transformations. Moderated by Helen Beal, Strategic Advisor for the DevOps Institute, this session will include discussion with leading experts in the VSM space including Jeff Keyes, VP Product at Plutora, and Steve Boone, Head of Product Management for HCL Software DevOps.
Attend to get your questions answered live and gain insight into each vendor’s unique approach. You’ll hear more about:
- Core challenges complex enterprises are facing
- What VSM is and how it helps
- How to align technology and business value
- Additional benefits of VSM for remote work, continuous delivery and hacking bureaucracy.
- Plus, how to get started with VSM in your own organization
PINTS AND PIPELINES HAPPY HOUR
Tuesday, October 13, 5:30 pm – 6:30 pm PDT
Grab a drink and get a tour of our value stream management tool, HCL Accelerate. This isn’t a regular demo – we’ll show you exactly how to get started with the free Community Edition of HCL Accelerate. Join this happy hour to get the download key to HCL Accelerate so you can start your value stream management journey!
HCL ACCELERATE LIVE DEMO
Wednesday, October 14, 10:35 am – 11:05 am PDT
See our value stream management platform in action and ask the experts your questions.
SECURE DEVOPS TRIVIA HAPPY HOUR
Wednesday, October 14, 5:30 pm – 6:30 pm PDT
Think you know Secure DevOps? Test your knowledge during this trivia game hosted by Secure DevOps experts Chris Nowak and Rob Cuddy. Get your phones ready to play this live quiz and you could win an Amazon gift card!
HCL ONETEST LIVE DEMO
Thursday, October 15, 10:40 am – 11:10 am PDT
See our testing platform in action and ask the experts your questions.
HUMANIZING DEVOPS THROUGH DATA
Thursday, October 15, 11:40 am – 12:10 pm
When we talk about DevOps, there are three main conversations that form around people, processes, and technology. These concepts dig into the heart of DevOps. For people, its building a healthy culture that supports increased collaboration and shared responsibility. When discussing processes, we tend to focus on how efficient we can make a particular workflow. This requires organizations to constantly reevaluate how they operate to identify new bottlenecks and develop a leaner alternative. Technology is an ever-changing conversation ranging from modernization, security vulnerabilities, quality assurance, and automation. What works, what doesn’t? We embrace these conversations as part of the valuable feedback cycles that DevOps creates so that we can learn how to improve our everyday actions.
With the majority of our workforce remote, we’ve lost part of the human interaction that helps teams collaborate, communicate, and understand the day to day challenges that come with creating great software.
In this presentation we will take a look at the important role data plays within our DevOps organization, and how that data can influence many aspects of our organization, including people (culture), processes (tracking and planning), and technology (business agility). We will also discuss how data can be leveraged to create a culture filled with empathy and understanding. Many employers are starting to look at key “Human Skills” as part of their DevOps hiring strategy. We will cover the different types of human skills that are most sought after, and also how can we use data to help individual contributors grow from a “T-shaped” skillset to an “E-Shaped” skillset. We will also discuss how data can be leveraged to improve communication, visibility, and improve alignment between engineering and the business.