IT Revolution Announces Conference Program and Speakers for DevOps Enterprise Summit London 2017
April 12, 2017

IT Revolution announced its final round of speakers for DevOps Enterprise Summit London 2017 (DOES17) and preliminary conference agenda.

The leaders of large, complex organizations adopting DevOps principles and practices join together on June 5 and 6, 2017 at the Queen Elizabeth II Conference Centre in London.

Hosted by IT Revolution, the second annual DevOps Enterprise Summit London event provides an immersive learning experience around the technologies and practices technology leaders need to develop and deploy software faster and to win in the marketplace.

Discounted registration is now available for a limited time and is highly encouraged as the conference is anticipated to sell out early.

Newly Added Speakers for London Include:

Akshay Anand Product Development Manager, ITIL, AXELOS Global Best Practice
Gebrian uit de Bulten, Liquid Studio Director, Accenture
Andy Burgin, Lead Devop Engineer, Sky Betting and Gaming
Antony Collard, Head of Digital Delivery, HMRC
Jason Cox, Director, Systems Engineering, The Walt Disney Company
Cornelia Davis, Sr. Director of Technology, Pivotal Software, Inc.
John Davis, Lead Architect, easyJet
Dominica DeGrandis, Director of Learning & Development, LeanKit
Damon Edwards, Co-Founder, Rundeck, Inc.
Peter Eeles, Worldwide Lead for DevOps Adoption, IBM
Rob England, Managing Director at Two Hills Ltd
Nicole Forsgren, CEO, DevOps Research and Assessment (DORA)
Mark Howell, DevOps Lead, Digital Banking at Lloyds Banking Group
Jez Humble, CTO, DevOps Research and Assessment (DORA)
Olivier Jacques, IT Distinguished Technologist, DXC Technology
Suzette Johnson, Northrup Grumman Fellow, Northrop Grumman Corporation
Nigel Kersten, Chief Technical Strategist, Puppet
Vincent van Kooten, Head of FO Development, Ingenico
Paul Madden, Head of Development, Ericsson
Dr. Steve Mayner, SAFe Senior Program Consultant Trainer, Scaled Agile
Rosalind Radcliffe, Distinguished Engineer, Chief Architect for DevOps for Enterprise Systems, IBM
David Rizzo, Vice President, Compuware Corporation
Daniele Romano, Ph.D., Product Owner Continuous Delivery as a Service (CDaaS), ING
Kris Saxton, Founding Partner, Automation Logic
Christoph Schar, Head of Digital Development, Swisscom
Sathiya Shunmugasundaram, Enterprise Architect, Capital One
Matthew Skelton, Co-founder and Principal Consultant, Skelton Thatcher Consulting Ltd
Jens Wilhelms, Head of Development Foundation, Swisscom
Robin Yeman, Lockheed Martin Fellow, Lockheed Martin
Slawek Zachcial, IT Manager, Global IT Delivery, DXC Technology

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