CollabNet VP DevOps Product Engineering & Management Joins the Vendor Forum
April 27, 2017
Pete Goldin

Eric Robertson, VP DevOps Product Engineering & Management at CollabNet, has joined the DEVOPSdigest Vendor Forum.

Robertson is responsible for the DevOps product line at CollabNet. Prior to CollabNet, he served as Director of services and portfolio management for enterprise solutions at Unisys. Robertson joined Cisco through a company acquisition, where he led product management for Cisco's cloud automation and SAP ALM extension offerings. He has successfully held product development, services and management roles with enterprises and start-ups and has provided consulting services to Fortune 500 companies. Robertson holds a patent in the area of virtualization and a Master's Degree in Electrical and Software Engineering from University of Texas in Austin and continues to further his research in domain- specific languages, and intelligent automation.

CollabNet, a Vector Capital-owned provider of open Application Lifecycle Management (ALM), helps enterprises and government organizations develop and deliver high-quality software at speed. CollabNet is winner of the 2016 Best of Interop Award and the "Best in Show" winner in the application lifecycle management (ALM) and development tools category of the SD Times 100 for 13 consecutive years, recognizing TeamForge for its innovation. Also a gold winner of the 2016 Golden Bridge Awards, CollabNet offers innovative solutions, provides consulting and Agile training services and proudly supports more than 10,000 customers with 6 million users in 100 countries.

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