Thursday, October 21, 1:00pm ET
Securely going from code to customer—fast—is what CloudBees Software Delivery Automation is all about.
It’s about fast workflows that give developers the flexibility they want while providing the guardrails your security and compliance teams demand. It’s about unifying workflows with a common data model to break down silos and deliver real-time end-to-end transparency. It’s about continuous, meaningful feedback loops to proactively manage risk and business outcomes.
And we’d like to show you how we do that.
Join us on Thursday, October 21, 1:00pm ET for this face-paced demo to learn how to:
Drive scalable, repeatable paths to production with built-in security, governance, and compliance
Assure separation of duties and access controls without stifling innovation
Create a modern software delivery ecosystem that seamlessly incorporates legacy and hybrid infrastructure and tools into your release processes
Deliver consistent value, innovation, and velocity while managing risk to connect software delivery to customer experience and business outcomes at worldwide scale
Logan Donley is a technical evangelist at CloudBees. He helps companies modernize their software delivery through better tools and processes. He studied nanotech at NC State University but is more passionate about the world of software.
Adam is a Sr. Product Marketing Manager responsible for Platform marketing at CloudBees, helping customers realize the inherent value of the platform across all stages of their software delivery journey. Prior to joining CloudBees in 2020, Adam worked at Lenovo with a focus on hybrid cloud infrastructure, software, and data security solutions. He resides in Raleigh, North Carolina and is an avid mountain biker, outdoorsman, and can never resist the temptation of a fresh chocolate chip cookie.
Tim is a product marketing manager who focuses on the impact DevOps has on the people and the organizations adopting it. He has over a decade of product marketing experience with industry leaders such as Electric Cloud, BMC Software, Cisco, Google and SurfControl. Tim holds an MBA from the University of California, Irvine, and is a Scoutmaster and woodturner in his "spare" time.