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StackStorm to Host DevOps CrowdChat

Panel will discuss enterprise cloud options, as well as, common operational patterns for DevOps

StackStorm, a software company leading the third wave of operations automation, today announced it will host a CrowdChat on September 3, focused on DevOps and the cloud. Michael Cote, analyst at 451 Research, Carmine Rimi, director of cloud engineering at Workday, James Fryman, operations hacker at GitHub and Patrick Hoolboom, chief DevOps Stormer at StackStorm will join CrowdChat co-founder, John Furrier and StackStorm CEO, Evan Powell to discuss enterprise cloud options, as well as, common operational patterns for DevOps.

“With the increasing momentum of DevOps in IT organizations, there are a lot of new technologies and systems emerging,” said Powell. “The goal of this CrowdChat is to gain insight into what developers and engineers see as the best tools and systems for DevOps. At StackStorm, we believe DevOps has been the biggest shift in IT, so we are looking forward to hearing everyone’s opinions and learning more about trends in the industry.”

What: CrowdChat: Clouderati on DevOps
When & Where:

Wednesday, September 3, 2014 at 9:30 a.m. PT; join here:

Social Media:

StackStorm on Twitter @Stack_Storm and follow #devops to join the CrowdChat


For more information visit: http://stackstorm.com/news-events/

The interactive CrowdChat will encourage participants to actively join the conversation by asking questions and sharing their opinion on what tools they see as innovative or useful to IT professionals.

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About StackStorm

StackStorm is an emerging leader of the third wave of operations automation. Built from the ground up with DevOps in mind, StackStorm’s vision is a world of self-driving data centers that learn over time how to better operate themselves. StackStorm solutions leverage existing configuration management and monitoring solutions to deliver automation that safely ties together today's loosely coupled, heterogeneous, ever changing cloud infrastructures. The company was founded in 2013 and is headquartered in Palo Alto, California.

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