This session will discuss the role of observability in executing DevOps strategy, how IT leadership teams should be thinking about its role in DevOps success, and an analysis of what observability is and why it matters. This session will also discuss recent trends and practices from IT organizations as they deploy observability practices with DevOps teams and practices.
This event features market analysis from our strategic research partner, IDC, the global leader in market research and analysis. Following the event you’ll be granted access to its highly-valued research package. IDC's CIO Recovery Guides empower IT executives with the strategies needed to optimize IT’s contributions to business success in a post-COVID-19 world.
Speaker: Stephen Elliot, IDC Program Vice President, Management Software and DevOps/
Stephen Elliot manages multiple programs spanning IT Operations, Enterprise Management, ITSM, Agile and DevOps, Application performance, Virtualization, Multi-Cloud Management and Automation, Log Analytics, Container Management, DaaS, and Software Defined Compute. Mr. Elliot advises Senior IT, Business, and Investment Executives globally in the creation of strategy and operational tactics that drive the execution of Digital Transformation and business growth.
Before his current role, Stephen helped build business for IDC's IT Executive Program, where he advised enterprise IT organizations on DevOps best practices across people, process, and technology strategies and tactics. Prior to IDC, Stephen was Vice President of Strategy for CA Technologies' Infrastructure Management and Data Center Automation business unit, providing direct strategic and tactical support to customers accelerating their path toward the cloud, software-defined datacenters, and Dev/Ops. He also led product management for CA’s VCE partnership, helping customers better understand the business value of converged fabric. Prior to his work at CA, Stephen was a noted software industry analyst at firms including IDC, Gartner, and Forrester, where he advised IT executives and the financial community on IT operations, virtualization, datacenter automation, and network and application management. He also served as a product marketing manager at Inteq, an early provider of SaaS-based network monitoring and service desk capabilities, helping customers understand the business value of the SaaS delivery model.
After sponsor presentations join us as we pop a bottle of the vintage chosen by our resident sommelier, Rachel DeAmbrose, who will provide a brief tasting on the wine you’ll receive as a “thank you” for attending the event. Be sure to provide the best address to send your wine on the registration form.