The dos and don'ts in the era of remote work
Collaboration is the cornerstone of innovation, but doing it in isolation presents many challenges. It’s never been more important to bring together the right technology, processes and culture at every level. But how do we adapt the way teams work together remotely?
Join us, along with our partners SmartBear and Slack for a fireside chat and live Q&A, discussing the role of DevOps as organisations rapidly evolve to meet the obstacles of the new world of work.
What you can expect:
- Essential DevOps principles for delivering, operating and maintaining software
- Learn about tools that streamline DevOps at scale
- Simple best practices you can implement today to get your remote team up and running
- Ask your collaboration, processes and tools questions to our panel of experts
Event hosts and guests:
Martin E Loewinger
Vice President of Cloud Engineering at Smartbear
Martin has more than 20 years of experience in Computer, Network, and Datacenter Operations. He has extensive experience leading 24 x 7 operations teams across various practices and regions around the world. He leads the global DevOps Team at SmartBear charged with building, maintaining and support our SaaS products. His team motto is to never be the roadblock!
Head of DevOps at Adaptavist
Matt helps customers leverage DevOps techniques and tools to deliver quality software quickly and efficiently. With extensive experience working with companies spanning complex enterprises and small start-ups, Matt works closely with developers and ops engineers to ensure that business value reaches customers quickly, reliably, and without stress.
EMEA Lead, Developer Relations at Slack
Colm leads Developer Relations in EMEA at Slack, where he and the team help developers build more pleasant and productive ways to work. In his spare time, Colm enjoys working on civic technology projects that make it easier for people to use technology to interact with public representatives. Before Slack, he ran the Engineering team at Kitman Labs, and worked on the iOS and Platform teams at Facebook.