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Digital DevOps Series - How to Reduce DevOps Cost

Fire your toolchain today!

June 18, 11:00 am PT / 6:00 pm UTC

Join GitLab + T-Mobile on Thursday, June 18th to learn how to reduce IT costs by simplifying your software development toolchain.

Goodies to take back to the office:

  • Learn how to eliminate unnecessary tools costing you lots of money.
  • Lower maintenance cost allowing engineers to innovate rather than integrate.
  • Increase developer productivity with a consistent, efficient, and collaborative experience.
  • The keys to happier developers with end-to-end insights and visibility.
  • An entry to win a $250 donation to a charity of your choice.

Speakers:

Justin England

Principal Architect, Continuous Delivery Platform at T-Mobile

Justin is an entrepreneur, full-stack engineer and former systems admin who has been a professional programmer since high school. He has had stops along the way that include his Almas Mater Penn State, 10up, and Hosting.com. Now he focuses on being 'the guy who did DevOps at an org like T-Mobile'. As the Principal Architect for CDP, he has been working to migrate from Jenkins based platforms to new Gitlab CI-based gitops driven developer workflows. He is fanatically obsessed with creating true CI/CD best practices and driving forward the goals of the CDP change org inside of the T-Mobile space.

Darwin Sanoy

Senior Solutions Architect at GitLab

At heart, I am a toolsmith - I thrill at the task of transforming a complex process into a reusable tool. I enjoy scaled things. Scaled automation through DevOps and the Cloud and scaled expertise sharing through blogging, training and social. I enjoy sharing. I am a pragmatic innovator who likes to make things that people like to use - Adoption Driven Development, if you will tolerate one more acronym. Before I came to GitLab, I worked at a large SaaS company with over 4000 developers and 100 SaaS solutions. As a working team lead, I and my team ran GitLab as a scaled, highly available service. My team and I also maintained IaC automation that ran on tens of thousands of Windows and Linux instances that comprise complex SaaS stacks in AWS.

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