Presented by Red Hat and Couchbase
Business and IT leaders are increasingly called upon to deliver organizational transformation to quickly capture opportunities, defend against innovative competitors and deliver more value to all stakeholders, including customers, employees and shareholders. However, these digital transformation projects often go unfulfilled, over budget, and lack the vision and flexibility to satisfy requirements across your organization and truly win the hearts and minds of both developers and IT operations to propel your business forward.
In this invitation-only event, you’ll hear from industry thought leaders from Red Hat® and Couchbase describe how to overcome some of the cultural and technical obstacles standing in the way of digital transformation. Learn how to unlock the potential of your data trapped in legacy siloed applications and redirect budgets from costly platforms that are holding you back from delivering on your goals.
The first 100 people who register will receive a Red Hat/Couchbase mixology kit* with everything you need to make your cocktail/mocktail. Register before June 14th to receive your kit in time for the event.
Time: 5:30 p.m. - 7:00 p.m. ET
Date: June 22, 2021
Any questions? Please email email@example.com
Andrew Clay Schafer, Vice President Global Transformation Office, Red Hat
With more than 20 years experience, Andrew Clay Shafer has a long history helping people deliver software with better tools and processes. Andrew evangelized DevOps tools and practices before DevOps was a word and helped to organize DevOpsDays events globally since 2009. He’s been involved in a number of infrastructure-focused open source communities including Puppet, OpenStack®, Cloud Foundry, and Kubernetes. At Red Hat, his focus is helping customers modernize their processes and behaviors to make the most of their technology investments.
Jack Harper, Director of Professional Services, Couchbase
Jack has extensive expertise in identifying, mitigating, and resolving technical problems as well as architecting and implementing solutions. His vast experience with software testing and QA best practices and methodologies relate to various implementations of the SDLC (Agile, XP, RAD, waterfall). Jack is a Certified PMP (Project Management Professional) with experience working on an array of software development projects.
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