DevOps delivers results across Europe, enabling organisations to significantly improve performance while delivering business value. Everyone has heard that software is taking over the world, so the next challenge for every organisation is how to operate more like a software company to deliver digital innovation rapidly. Why? Because more than half of the European economy will be driven by digital products and services in the next three years. As organisations evolve to support future enterprise needs, the role of DevOps also evolves and expands.
To excel, organisations must leverage process, technology, and cultural change. By 2021, 80% of European organisations will adopt DevOps, but only 10% will excel in terms of accelerated performance and delivery cycles. Cultural inertia is a core stumbling block. To enable DevOps to become business-as-usual, organisations must rethink how products/services are funded, governed, and compliant, but also consider tool complexity, culture, organisational goals, and sourcing models. There must be a balance between technology investments such as API management, open source repositories, security integration, and modern app architectures with investments in organisational change, training, and skills development.
September 8, 2020
10:00 - 12:30 CET
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Welcome by IDC
Charlotte Thygesen Poulsen
Vice President, Events and GMS, IDC Nordic
Excel and enable DevOps to become business-as-usual
Senior Research Director & Lead Accelerated App Delivery Practice, IDC
How to use hyper-agile architectures such as microservices, cloud, and containers
How to make DevOps safe (DevSecOps)
The story behind Mærsk's use of DevOps
Head of Cloud Architecture, A.P. Møller - Mærsk A/S
Break with 121 meetings and Networking
How to embrace the emerging software ecosystems
How to successfully use AIOps
Use of DevOps in Shell
Head of Digital Architecture, Shell
Break with 121 meetings and Networking
Networking & Conclusion
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