DOES15 CrowdChat 2.0 – What a Community!

Written by: Electric Bee

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Did we have fun on today’s CrowdChat previewing the 2015 DevOps Enterprise Summit, or what?!
We heard from several speakers participating this year who discussed the inner-workings of DevOps based on their past experiences and current business challenges. From cultural hurdles and DevOps adoption challenges to IT security concerns and the importance of learning, what also made this DevOps discussion great was the focus on the power of community.

  • The top question that was answered today was “What would you say are some indicators that an organization is ready to take on a DevOps project?”

Thanks for joining us today! What would you say are some indicators that an organization is ready to t... #does15 http://t.co/bH1UZmyH2Q

— DOES Summit (@DOESsummit) September 30, 2015

  • Steve Brodie (@stbrodie ) was voted the CrowdCaptain of the #DOES15 CrowdChat for having the most up-votes to his responses during the conversation!

Congrats to @stbrodie for getting today's #DOES15 CrowdCaptain https://t.co/76pPAZTFfV

— DOES Summit (@DOESsummit) September 30, 2015

  • @DOESSummit posed one of the most fun questions to answer (that garnered very creative responses) was “If #DevOps was a song, what would the title be and who would be the artist?

If #DevOps was a song, what would the title be and who would be the artist? #does15 http://t.co/uRWBkX16U7

— DOES Summit (@DOESsummit) September 30, 2015

While we could go on about this wonderful conversation, we urge you to see for yourself. You can view the entire transcript of the #DOES15 CrowdChat here , and also embedded below for your reading pleasure!

If you have not purchased your ticket yet, you can still receive 10 off with promo code “DOES10” . But don’t delay, tickets are nearing sellout!

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