Extreme Ops: Platform Operations at The Home Depot

June 23, 2017
Extreme Ops: Platform Operations at The Home Depot - Kevin Igarashi-Ball, Home Depot Start treating Cloud Foundry like a product instead of a platform. The Home Depot, the world’s largest home improvement retailer, leverages Pivotal Cloud Foundry to empower 1800 developers and enable them to deliver value to their customers. Join Kevin as he talks about their unique approach to platform operations. See how a customer-focused operations team uses Extreme Programming principles and a product, not infrastructure, approach to foster a thriving development community. Kevin Igarashi-Ball Staff Software Engineer, The Home Depot Kevin Igarashi-Ball is a Staff Software Engineer on the App Platforms team for The Home Depot.
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