What are the challenges and triumphs of DevOps in large enterprises? Watch the replay of the latest video chat with Gene Kim and the #DOES15 speakers

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Today we had another great video chat with Gene Kim and the DOES15 Speakers and partners, gearing up for DevOps Enterprise Summit this October. Watch the replay of the video below to learn about the main challenges - and some pathways to success - with implementing DevOps in large enterprises. Hear how to get both executives and managers' buy-in and commitment, how to fostering a DevOps culture, address InfoSec concerns or legacy environments, and more. This live event features these DOES15 speakers and partners: alan-shimelAlan Shimel  |  Editor-in-Chief, DevOps.com     Neil_Manvar1Neil Manvar  |  Solutions Architect, Sauce Labs, Inc Attend Neil's talk at DOES15: “The Yahoo! Story”: How Yahoo! Embraced Automated Testing to Improve Business Efficiency Online     nigelNigel Kersten  |  CIO, Puppet Labs       GaryGruver1 Gary Gruver  |  President, Practical Large Scale Agile       JimStoneham1 Jim Stoneham  |  Former VP, Yahoo! Communities Attend Jim's talk at DOES15: Getting Faster Answers at Yahoo Answers     Ross Clanton Ross Clanton | Senior Group Manager, Target Attend Ross’ talk at DOES15: (Re)building an Engineering Culture: DevOps at Target     AndersWallgren1Anders Wallgren | Chief Technology Officer, CloudBees Attend Anders’ talk at DOES15: Continuous Delivery of Microservices: Patterns and Processes , and a panel discussion with Gary Grver, Jez Humble and others on DevOps and Continuous Delivery for non-web applications, such as hardware, embedded and IoT.  
You can see the previous video chats with the #DOES15 speakers here: 1 , 2 , 3  and 4 Join us at DevOps Enterprise Summit this October in San Francisco, to hear more from these speakers and 80(!) other DevOps experts! Get 10 off ticket price with code DOES10 »

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