Agile + DevOps East 2018 Concurrent Session : Experiences Bringing Continuous Delivery to the DoD and DHS
Thursday, November 8, 2018 - 1:30pm to 2:30pm

Experiences Bringing Continuous Delivery to the DoD and DHS

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Not every continuous delivery initiative starts with someone saying, "Drop everything. Let's do DevOps." Sometimes you have to grow your practice incrementally. Sometimes, you don’t set out to grow a practice at all—you are just fixing problems with your process, trying to make things better. Join Gene Gotimer as he walks through two case studies, one from the Department of Defense and one from the Department of Homeland Security, that took different avenues to get to agile and DevOps. Learn about the journey each organization took, the tools used to build quality into the products, releases, and release processes, and the challenges that had to be overcome during the adoption process. Take home valuable tips and techniques for overcoming cultural, regulatory, and environmental challenges when trying to adopt agile and continuous delivery practices. If you're struggling to adopt agile or DevOps and worry that it can't work in your particular environment due to the enterprise, the culture, or regulations, this talk is for you.

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Gene Gotimer
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Gene Gotimer is a proven senior software architect with many years of experience in web-based enterprise application design, most recently using Java. He is skilled in agile software development as well as legacy development methodologies and designing and developing secure, high-quality software. He has extensive experience establishing and using development ecosystems including continuous integration, continuous delivery, DevOps, unit testing, and a variety of software assurance tools and supporting processes. Gene feels strongly that repeatability, quality, and security are all strongly intertwined; each of them is dependent on the other two, which just makes agile and DevOps that much more crucial to software development.