DevOps has become an inescapable word in technology circles recently, with many firms wanting to reap the business benefits of bringing developers and operational staff closer together.

While there are many ways to define DevOps, the goal of the concept is to increase efficiency and start delivering better quality software more quickly. The approach is based on lean and agile principles in which business owners and the development and operations teams collaborate to deliver software in a continuous manner that enables the business to seize emerging market opportunities.

But if it was that simple, everyone would be doing it. The barriers to achieving the kind of productivity boost that DevOps adoption promises are significant and rarely obvious. The agility that companies seek isn't a tangible product - it's all about the mindset. Certain methodologies have to be in place for DevOps to truly function, and the number one factor is creating an environment in which it can thrive. But how do you go about dismantling the traditional silos between development and operations and fostering this culture of co-operation and continuous improvement?

At the event we will answer these questions, hear from senior speakers from Paddy Power Betfair, Chef, MoneySuperMarket, Trainline,, and address such issues as:

  • Best practices for continuous delivery success
  • Enabling DevOps through containerisation
  • Unifying DevOps and security
  • Moving from infrastructure automation to true DevOps
  • Best practice for building a microservices architecture
  • Using machine data analytics for DevOps success
  • Achieving digital transformation through DevOps

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