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IDC DevOps Forum

Transforming App Delivery Into an Engine for Business Value

Connecting software innovation for business success:
The new world of collaboration

Under the current economic environment, value add is shaped by the need to drive business innovation while ensuring resource (cost) optimization across development and IT operations. Digital demands on the business continue to grow resulting in non-stop business-driven requests that range from small changes to full-scale modernization of critical custom-built applications.

To compete successfully there is an urgency for European organizations to empower their DevOps teams for speed, velocity and productivity. Why? Because digital leaders release on average 5 times faster than their peers and ambitions to drive further reductions in software release times are not letting up.

As DevOps is founded on the concept of learning this raises the question of whether laggards can ever catchup to the front runners. Transforming the business requires a different approach where tech meets speed meets economics; in this world DevSecOps, FinOps and cloud governance act as scale, growth and innovation levers.
Why Attend?
Whether you are a developer, application owner, business analyst, platform engineer or cloud team, you have a role in ensuring software underpins business growth, competitiveness, and operational efficiency. This means enabling a culture that is much more unified between IT, finance and business teams and allows for an iterative and agile foundation for continuous innovation is a must now.

The growing importance of development, CI/CD, automated workflows, and faster, more frequent and secure deployments are having an impact on software quality and business outcomes. To accelerate speed and quality, developer teams need more resources, thereby increasing cloud costs.

To respond organizations must drive valuable convergence and collaboration across Dev, Sec and Ops teams. Although, DevOps adoption has progressed only 9% of European organizations have achieved a unified approach.

Join IDC and industry experts to find out what success looks like in the digital decade marked by uncertain economic environment. Learn how companies can develop high quality digital services at scale while keeping resources secure and optimized.

Breaking down silos between business, developers, cloud engineers, finance and security requires fresh and holistic thinking!

Key Topics

These are the main areas we will talk about at IDC DevOps Summit

DevOps automation and DevOps tools

Empowered team: structure, skills, and culture

Building with efficiency and cost optimization

Role of cloud and cloud-native platforms



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Tuesday May 23, 2023

Attendee Login and Networking


IDC Welcome Address & Instructions


IDC: Connecting software innovation for business success: the new world of collaboration


SUSE: Venturing Beyond the Cloud to the Continuum


Saxo Bank: A Step-by-Step Guide to Securing End-to-End Software Development in Enterprise Environments: Best Practices and Strategies


Carlsberg: Adoption of FinOps in Carlsberg


Coffee Break


ABB Oy: Achieving Software Excellence: Empowering Teams for Success


IKEA & IO Interactive: Is your company truly DevOps?


Final remarks


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IDC Data Context

60% of DevOps workflows still remain manual. (source: Transforming App Delivery Into an Engine for Business Value, IDC)
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Knowledge Hub

Transforming App Delivery Into an Engine for Business Value

Download the e-book from IDC DevOps team to learn how to use app development and delivery as a tool to drive innovation and growth.
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API Programs and API Management in Europe Beyond COVID-19

There’s a host of reasons why people go into APIs and API management, but we have observed three main rationales that guide investment, two with a strong business component and one that is more technical in its motives.
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The Impact of COVID-19 on European DevOps Ambitions

This is not just a time to focus on the technical and development skills (which are of course critical) but also the skills required to make distributed teams work. Developing human skills must be a priority — think interpersonal skills, empathy, motivation, and how organizations and teams can make this work in a distributed, homeworking scenario.
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Dinner events

IDC Forums are hybrid and will, on request, be followed by small-scale, personal dinner events, where you can network with Senior Business Decision-makers, IDC Analysts and our sponsor partners. The personal dinner events take place in the following cities: Stockholm, Oslo, Copenhagen, Helsinki, Brussels, and Amsterdam.

Joining a dinner event offers an excellent opportunity to meet and connect with other senior business decision-makers and have some great conversations about a specific topic of your professional interest. The event will be facilitated by one of our IDC Research Directors, who will present new IDC data and insights and facilitate the discussion during the evening, typically at a five star restaurant from 17.00-21.30 on a weekday.

If you are interested in being invited to our dinner events, please email IDC Conference Director Camilla Hove Toft at chovetoft@idc.com or Peer Jensen at pjensen@idc.com if you would like to sponsor one of them.

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Camilla Hove Toft

Conference Director, IDC

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Senior Conference Specialist, IDC

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