DEVOPSdigest asked experts from across the IT industry for their opinions on the top tools to support DevSecOps. Part 2 covers DevOps and development ...
Scott Rodgers, CEO of Monza Cloud, has joined the DEVOPSdigest Vendor Forum.
Rodgers is an expert at helping organizations standardize around the cloud's core best practices while saving time and money in all aspects of application development and operational management. He drives strategic direction and growth with the Monza Cloud executive team. Before joining Monza in December of 2017, he spent the last 17 years at Avanade, a $2B+ global business technology, cloud and managed services solutions firm. Avanade is majority owned by Accenture, founded in 2000 by Accenture LLP and Microsoft Corporation. Most recently, Rodgers was SVP and GM of Avanade’s South Central Region charged with all aspects of operating the business and driving the company’s growth in Digital and Cloud based solutions. In addition, he provided Client Leadership to several of the company’s largest clients supporting their business and technology objectives in these areas. Previously, Rodgers led Avanade’s North America Infrastructure Services Service Line where he had accountability for all Sales Support, Offerings, Delivery, and Operations within this Service Line. He holds a bachelor’s degree in business administration from the University of North Texas.
Monza Cloud delivers solutions and products around cloud-centric application development, and addresses the unique needs of cloud-centric DevOps challenges. Monza Cloud helps your enterprise focus on standardizing around cloud’s core best practices, future-proofing you with a cloud-ready development approach all while saving time and money in all aspects of application development and operational management. Headquartered in Atlanta, Monza Cloud builds development tools that support companies mid-market to enterprise in all industries including: financial services, manufacturing, healthcare, education and federal, and state and local government.