DevOps Enterprise Summit Las Vegas 2018 Agenda Set and Final Speakers Announced
August 29, 2018

IT Revolution announced the final round of speakers to be added to the DevOps Enterprise Summit Las Vegas 2018 agenda.

The conference takes place from October 22-24, 2018 at the Cosmopolitan Las Vegas. IT Revolution and founding partner, Electric Cloud, will offer expansive education opportunities covering all phases of IT transformation for business and technology leaders at large, complex organizations.

To receive a $300 discount on the full ticket price, register with discount code "DEVOPS300". Discount ticket pricing is limited to the first 200 registrants. Attendees are encouraged to register as soon as possible as the event is expected to sell out early.

The final group of speakers for DevOps Enterprise Summit Las Vegas 2018 includes:

Manish Aggarwal, Software Engineering Manager, Intel
Nicole Bryan, Vice President Product Development, Tasktop
Brent Chapman, Principal, Great Circle Associates
Ross Clanton, Executive Director - Technology Modernization, Verizon
Dan Cuniff, Principal Engineer, Target
Gabrielle Davelaar, Data Platform Solution Architect/A.I., Microsoft
Chris Doucet, Solutions Engineer, Electric Cloud
Jeffrey Dowds, Chief Technology Officer in Information Technology and Security, Vanguard
Jordan Edwards, Senior Program Manager, Microsoft
John Esser, Sr. Director Datacenter Operations and SaaS, AdvanceMD
Kevin Fisher, Associate Vice President of Program and Application Services, Nationwide
Levi Geinert, Director of Engineering, Target
Mark Howell, DevOps Lead, Lloyds Banking Group
Jian Ma, Senior Site Reliability Engineer, Google
Erik Maziarz, IT System Administrator II, AGCO
Gary McKay, Scrum Master and Release and Deployment Manager, Somos
Ken Moser, Special Assistant to the Applied Technology Division, United States Citizenship and Immigration Services
Shozab Naqvi, Solution Architect, Electric Cloud
Chris Nowak, Founder, FlowStates
Wesley Pullen, Chief DevOps Strategist, Electric Cloud
Melinda Solomon, Agile Training Lead, United States Citizenship and Immigration Services
J. Paul Reed, Managing Partner, Release Engineering Approaches
Andrew Shafer, Senior Director of Technology, Pivotal
Jan Schilt, CEO, GamingWorks
Torsten Volk, Managing Research Director, Hybrid Cloud, Software Defined, Infrastructure and Machine Learning, EMA Research
Anders Wallgren, CTO, Electric Cloud
Paula Watson, Director DevSecOps, DXC Technologies

"I'm so delighted at the breadth of industries represented by the speakers for our Las Vegas conference," said Gene Kim, founder of IT Revolution and co-author of The Phoenix Project, The DevOps Handbook and Accelerate. "Attendees will discover emerging DevOps practices, connect with industry pioneers and will sure leave energized to apply what they've learned in their own organization."

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