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Tuesday, October 13 • 1:35pm - 2:05pm
The Three Anti-Patterns of DevOps

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There are a lot of books and papers discussing DevOps guiding principles, DevOps patterns. This is focused on some of the most frequent anti-patterns that I have seen in the past 15 years, both in consulting, but also talking to many companies in helping them understand DevOps.

The presentation will cover the three popular anti-patterns; what issues they cause and how to avoid them (or if you have implemented them, then what actions that you need to take). The goal of this presentation is to make the audience aware of common pitfalls and a guide teams that are struggling with implementing DevOps and getting value out of this change in culture (and with the associated change in processes).

Responsible for the technology implementation and support of Real-Time Payments (RTP), a 24x7 real-faster payments system for The Clearing House with staff in NY, NC and TX as well as multiple vendors in US and Europe. RTP is changing the way Payments are made in the US. Financial institutions of all sizes are taking advantage of the RTP network’s capabilities to create or enhance digital services for their corporate and retail customers. Previously, Colin was VP and Head of the Common Services organization within the Federal Reserve Bank of New York (FRBNY). At the Federal Reserve, Common Services drove technology solutions across the Federal Reserve System (FRS) including DevOps, Cloud, NLP/AI, Engineering, Data Services including Big Data and Digital Experience.
Colin started his career at Hewlett-Packard, working in several divisions including Knowledge Systems Labs; NetMetrix and OpenView divisions. Colin has a B.S. in Computing Science from the University of Glasgow.

This session is presented by Sonatype.

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Colin Wynd

Head of Real Time Payments Technology, The Clearing House

Tuesday October 13, 2020 1:35pm - 2:05pm PDT
Track 4