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    Athresh Krishnappa

    Gartner says that, by 2016, Development to Operations (DevOps) will evolve from a niche to a mainstream strategy employed by 25% of the Global 2000 organizations. DevOps transformations are happening across enterprises of all sizes in almost every industry vertical.
    Having an Agile to DevOps transition, on the flipside, using existing agile Application Lifecycle Management (ALM) methodologies is like jumping through hoops. It is easier said than done.
    The way forward: Enterprises need to first identify the current gaps in the existing methodologies, and work step-wise to facilitate a smoother transition into DevOps, to make a coherent progression to a DevOps culture from agile ALM.
    Like the old Chinese proverb says, ‘It is better to take many small steps in the right direction than to make a great leap forward only to stumble backward.’
    But how do enterprises make an articulate progression to transform, evolve, and mature into a DevOps framework in a distributed agile framework, especially where multiple vendors are involved in a release or a delivery?
    Here’s how: Use Brillio’s 5Cs framework – an efficient, proven methodology that uses a well-phased, step-by-step approach to transform an agile project into a DevOps platform, which will ultimately lead to successful software development with minimized build time and shorter release cycles.
    The Talk will take the participants through this 5C framework and also demonstrate our orchestration of tools journey to achieve this

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    Saket Bansal

    Thank you for your talk proposal, we are happy to accept your talk.

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