Keynote: Putting the Ops in DevOps - Infrastructure as Code (Coding Club Linz)

English Intermediate Main Conference

DevOps is not just for developers, in this session we are going to tell you why DevOps is important for everyone, especially the Ops teams. Organizations that embark on this change must be prepared to change their people, process and products. April will take you on a journey, sharing insights into how to make that agile transformation within your Ops team, showcasing the newest additions to Azure and using DevOps principles.


April Edwards

Microsoft - Senior Cloud Advocate and DevOps Practice Lead

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