Where DevOps runs head on against corporate culture.


TALK DESCRIPTION

I want to share with you my experience with DevOps and how different organizations see DevOps differently. Finally, I will try to cover few challenging traits in Corporate culture that are hindering the adoption of true DevOps.

DevOps, Agile, and many more concepts fall under the umbrella of Digital Transformation and almost every enterprise is going through some type of Digital Transformation. However, according to the “2016 Digital Business Global Executive Study and Research Project” conducted by MIT Sloan Management Review and Deloitte Digital, corporate culture is one of several major barriers to Digital Transformation at large companies. Having worked for several Fortune 500 companies, I want to share with you my experience with DevOps and how different organizations see DevOps differently. Finally, I will try to cover few challenging traits in Corporate culture that are hindering the adoption of true DevOps.

Speaker

mohamad-bayan

Mohamad Bayan

Mohamad Bayan is a Sr. Solutions Architect at Verizon and has over 12 years of academic and industrial experience in Software Development, Project Management, and People Management. He has worked and consulted for several Fortune 100 companies architecting, designing, and developing software systems. In the last three years, he has been involved in different Digital Transformation programs focusing on Modernizing Application Architecture including Microservices, Cloud Computing, API Economy, Containers, and DevOps.

Mohamad holds a PhD in Computer Science from the University of Texas at Dallas and had worked as an Adjunct Faculty for the University of North Texas at Dallas where he had delivered undergraduate Computer Science courses in various topics including Computer Security, E-Commerce Security, Computer Networks, and Wireless Communications. He is TOGAF 9 Certified and AWS Certified Solutions Architect – Associate.