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Monday, April 22 • 1:30pm - 3:30pm
Digital Transformation Cloudy with a Chance of DevOps - What’s Now, What’s Next - Featuring VMware @ ATLAS Workbase - 500 Mercer St

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In recent years, cloud, data analytics, and other advanced technologies have allowed companies to fundamentally alter their means of doing business.  Product companies want to offer services, financial companies want to become software companies, and every company wants to use data to personalize products/services for their consumers.  The underpinnings for this transformation are the seamless release of multiple features into production on a daily basis.  Embedding an "app-store" mentality into organizations which typically take a long time to perfect production environments and applications.  In this session, the providers of cloud services (Microsoft and Amazon) offer insight into market strategy and economics.  Application run-time and frameworks will be covered from the perspective of Kubernetes and containers.  We will also review the program aspects of driving a successful transformation.  Learn how you, your company, and your customers can be better prepared to navigate the environment in which cloudy with a chance of devops is the new norm.

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Padmaja Vrudhula

VP Industry Vertical Workload Solutions, Snowflake

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Bill Kirst

Digital Change Leader, West Monroe Partners
Leading with compassion in a digital age. Change management expert providing strategy-focused technology solutions and consulting to clients. Experience includes digital change management, ERP change management, talent management, people development, workforce communications, strategic... Read More →
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Stephanie Marcum

Global Lead - Cloud Economics, AWS
Stephanie leads AWS global Cloud Economics. The program helps prospects and customers analyze benefits, build a business case for moving to AWS, and maximize value through AWS cost planning, management, and optimization. Prior to AWS, Stephanie was the Global Lead of VCE’s Global... Read More →
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Shan Yang

Member of Technical Staff, VMware
Shan Yang is a software engineer at VMware currently working on Project Olympus. She has worked on cloud native related projects at VMware for 3 years. She contributed heavily to the lifecycle operations and monitoring of Kubernetes clusters in various VMware projects.
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Judit Pongracz

Senior Marketing Lead, Microsoft
Judit is a long-time tech industry executive, having worked in both IT departments and marketing functions, straddling the tech and the business world. In her roles working for companies like T-Mobile, Dell and in more recent years, Microsoft, she developed a keen sense of customer... Read More →

Monday April 22, 2019 1:30pm - 3:30pm PDT
ATLAS Workbase - 500 Mercer St, Seattle, WA 98109