DevOps Enterprise Summit Las Vegas 2019 Conference Agenda Released, Speakers Added from ING Bank, KPMG, Microsoft, Ticketmaster, T-Mobile and US Bank

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DevOps Enterprise Summit Las Vegas 2019 Conference Agenda Released, Speakers Added from ING Bank, KPMG, Microsoft, Ticketmaster, T-Mobile and US Bank

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PORTLAND, Ore., August 27, 2019 — IT Revolution, the industry leader for advancing DevOps, released its full conference agenda and next round of business and technology leaders presenting at DevOps Enterprise Summit Las Vegas 2019 ( Hosted at The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas from October 28-30, DevOps Enterprise Summit is the premier industry conference for business and technology leaders to learn how to develop and deploy software faster and to win in the marketplace.

Now entering its sixth year in the United States, DevOps Enterprise Summit is expected to bring together more than 2,000 attendees, feature more than 100 speakers, and host over 50 sponsors in Las Vegas. The conference agenda includes three full days of keynotes, industry panels, breakout sessions, DevOps workshops, speaker Q&A sessions, book signings, and expo hall.

To attend DevOps Enterprise Summit Las Vegas 2019, register at ( before the conference sells out.

“Make sure to join DevOps Enterprise Summit to learn from real user experiences and network with the best in the field,” said Rosalind Radcliffe, distinguished engineer at IBM. “It’s the one DevOps event you can’t afford to miss.”

Attendees will experience the unfolding documentary of ongoing business and digital transformations and exchange insights with leading DevOps practitioners and subject matter experts in the technology industry.

The next round of confirmed speakers for DevOps Enterprise Summit Las Vegas include:

  • Matthew Acors, Lead Consultant/Associate Engagement Manager, Excella
  • Joe Aho, CFO, Compuware
  • Shaaron Alvares, Senior Agile Transformation Coach & Trainer, T-Mobile
  • Zack Ayers, Scrum Master, Excella
  • Chris Bergh, CEO and Head Chef, DataKitchen
  • Ross Clanton, Executive Director, Arunya Technologies LLC
  • Jordan Edwards, Senior Program Manager, Microsoft
  • Jeffrey Fredrick, co-author of Agile Conversations
  • am Guckenheimer, Product Owner, Azure DevOps, Microsoft
  • Daniel Koo, Senior Director, DevOps Products & Engineering, FINRA
  • BMK Lakshminarayanan, Solutions Architect, DevOps Advocate, Bank of New Zealand
  • Yosef Levine, Managing Director, Global Technology Controls, Confidentiality & Privacy, Deloitte
  • Dapeng Liu, Senior Vice President, Development, DBS Bank
  • Shaun Norris, Field CIO, Asia-Pacific and Japan, Pivotal
  • Chris O’Malley, CEO, Compuware
  • Shivani Patel, Program Manager, Microsoft
  • Stacie Peterson, Senior Vice President, Agile Product Acceleration, US Bank
  • Mihai Popa, Head of Continuous IT Operations, Belgium and Netherlands, ING Bank
  • George Proorocu, OPS Chapter Lead – Cybersecurity & Fraud, ING Bank
  • Caleb Queern, Director, Advisory Practice, KPMG
  • Jeff Roberts, Senior Manager, Advisory Services, Ernst & Young
  • Mihai Roman, DEV Chapter Lead – Cybersecurity & Fraud, ING Bank
  • Douglas Squirrel, co-author of Agile Conversations
  • Cat Swetel, Senior Engineering Manager, Ticketmaster
  • Wayne Wang, Senior Manager, DevOps, JB Hunt Transport, Inc.
  • John Willis, Founder, Botchagalupe Technologies
  • Michael J. Wolf, Managing Director- Modern Delivery Lead, KPMG
  • “Our goal is to help the DevOps Enterprise Summit community achieve their goals,” said Gene Kim, founder of IT Revolution, author of the upcoming book, The Unicorn Project, and co-author of The Phoenix Project, The DevOps Handbook and Accelerate. “I’ve always been amazed at how much this comes Revolutionmunity to learn more about DevOps Enterprise Summit Las Vegas 2019, visit.

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