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Three-Day 'DevOps Enterprise: The Agile, Continuous Delivery And DevOps Transformation Summit' Set For October 2014 In Bay Area

Conference to focus on DevOps and Continuous Delivery adoption within larger enterprise and web-scale organizations

SUNNYVALE, Calif., April 24, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- DevOps Enterprise: The Agile, Continuous Delivery and DevOps Transformation Summit, the first industry event focused on helping enterprise software organizations accelerate the pace of quality software into production and deployment, will take place October 21-23, 2014, in Burlingame, Calif. The conference is a partnership between Electric Cloud and IT Revolution founder and noted DevOps author and researcher Gene Kim, and will feature industry leaders who are driving enterprise transformations at Disney, Macy's, GE and many more leading organizations. The event uniquely addresses the new and emerging challenges that software driven organizations face when adopting and scaling DevOps and Continuous Delivery practices across the enterprise.

For more information on the event, and to register with an Early Bird discount, please visit: http://devopsenterprisesummit.com/.

"One of the goals of this conference is to show that DevOps and Continuous Delivery aren't just for startups and Internet companies. Instead, DevOps patterns are being adopted by and creating business value for some of the largest and most complex organizations on the planet," said Gene Kim, co-author of "The Phoenix Project: A Novel About IT, DevOps, and Helping Your Business Win," a seminal book that describes the need for DevOps. "We hope to create a community of practice for people who are driving large-scale transformation, so we can codify the patterns that are enabling their success."

The DevOps Enterprise Summit is a three-day industry event featuring practitioners from large and sophisticated software organizations, across all industry verticals. The first day and a half of the conference program includes keynotes from industry luminaries and speakers from well-known enterprises that will share enterprise DevOps and Continuous Delivery experiences, successes and failures. The second and third days of the conference will feature parallel technology, process and business tracks throughout the day.

"Continuous Delivery is the new Agile – providing transformational benefits that drive strategic value through more predictable, fast and quality software releases," said Steve Brodie, CEO of Electric Cloud. "This summit features presentations from executives at larger enterprise organizations that are adopting Continuous Delivery and DevOps to improve code quality and ensure that software is release ready when the business needs it most. The event will also wrap-in our user conference, providing deep dives into Electric Cloud's product strategy and roadmap."

DevOps and Continuous Delivery are crucial practices that leverage the value of Agile and Lean initiatives to accelerate the pace of software development. With code being developed faster coupled with competitive and market forces requiring expedited delivery of quality software to end-users, DevOps and Continuous Delivery are enablers of the fast-paced modern development lifecycle. The practices help connect developers with IT operations, address cultural and process barriers, and provide the structure and rigor needed to consistently deliver high-quality software faster and with confidence.

Unlike other conferences, this event focuses on DevOps and Continuous Delivery in the enterprise – reaching beyond practices that helped ISVs and Internet companies succeed.   

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About Electric Cloud

Electric Cloud delivers solutions that automate and accelerate the software delivery process. The company's award-winning products help development organizations to speed time-to-market, boost developer productivity, and improve software quality while leveraging the operational efficiencies provided by virtual cloud infrastructures. Leading companies across a variety of industries, including financial services, ISVs, mobile devices, semiconductors, and transactional websites, rely on Electric Cloud's software delivery solutions. For more information, visit www.electric-cloud.com.

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