Applying DevOps practices and integrating Azure Kubernetes Services into your development process

 
Russian Intermediate DevOps

Nowadays no software development company can survive on competitive landscape without using of the DevOps practices. That is must-have when you building enterprise products. In that session we will talk about how to get most of combining these practices and leverage the power of Azure Kubernetes Services.

Speaker

Vladimir Gusarov

Software Engineer Director, One Identity

Working in enterprise software development for more than 25 years. Started as software engineer then became more and more involved as project and development manager. Through his career, Vladimir participated in various products development through all phases from the requirement gathering to release and support and established development processes for enterprise applications. Currently he is Software Engineer Director at One Identity (formerly known as Quest Software and Dell Software) and developing several identity management products. Microsoft Most Valuable Professional (MVP) in Developer Technologies category since 2010. Member of the ALM | DevOps Rangers team since 2011.

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