Join senior executives in EMEA for this exclusive virtual roundtable with premium snack box on ‘Delivering quality software and resolving production issues faster’. The discussion is designed to be inclusive and interactive, ensuring to leverage the wealth of experience of your peers. Attendance is by invitation and is, of course, complimentary.
Virtual Roundtable with Premium Snack Box
Delivering quality software and resolving production issues faster
As organisations continue to migrate to the cloud, their capability to integrate across the stack is increasingly put to the test. Visibility proves particularly challenging when everything from apps to servers must be analysed with tools that may not be as intuitive as engineers would like.
Business leaders are under constant pressure to innovate with cloud-native technology while driving operations to scale. In addition to managing costs and overhead, identifying best-of-breed monitoring systems becomes paramount to success.
- What measures are companies taking to identify and resolve production issues more quickly?
- How can organisations increase operational efficiencies and reduce infrastructure costs?
- What impact will open-source software have on companies’ reliance on proprietary vendors?
Premium snack box
As a special welcome to this exclusive knowledge-sharing event, registered guests will receive a box of premium bites delivered to their doorstep. These refreshments can be enjoyed during the event with your peers or after the discussion at your leisure.
Global KYC COO at ING
Head of Enterprise DevOps at Novartis
Head of DevOps Virtual Power Plant at E.On
Head of Cloud Services Platform at Société Générale
Head of Systems Engineering at Cisco
AVP Software Quality at Deutsche Bank
Director and Head of Data Strategy & Execution at Ericsson
Associate Director of Global Engineering at Procter & Gamble
Associate Director of Engineering & Platform at HelloFresh
2:00 pm: Welcome by The Ortus Club and short address from Logz.io
2:15 pm: Discussion instigated by the moderator and continued by the group
3:15 pm: Discussion brought to a close