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GSE Nordic – Aarhus, Denmark, June 11-13 2019
June 11 @ 8:00 am - June 13 @ 5:00 pm
GSE Nordic Conference is an annual conference for the IBM user community. It attracts an audience from across Scandinavia. The event is with a technical nature and includes many different tracks covering different solution areas. Compuware is sponsoring GSE Nordic and is hosting two important sessions, that you don’t want to miss:
- Keynote session: Actionable steps to make Agile and DevOps work across the enterprise: What are you waiting for?
Tuesday, June 11 | 14.30-15.30
Speaker: Chris O’Malley, CEO Compuware
Every company is a now software company, relying on IT to deliver digital experiences that delight customers. Successful companies are using Agile and DevOps practices to enable faster delivery, higher quality and lower risk—and ultimately to meet rising customer expectations. But many mainframe organizations mistakenly believe that transformative change is onerously difficult and only implement these practices within small groups, or worse, continue with the status quo.
In this keynote session, Compuware CEO Chris O’Malley will share insights, case studies and actionable steps to help enterprise IT embrace a DevOps journey, rather than fear it. The end result? A mainstreamed mainframe that thrives in a dynamic culture driven by Agile methods, a preferred, integrated DevOps toolchain and an unyielding effort towards continuous improvement.
- Give your developers an intelligent analysis and visualization tool to accelerate Mainframe program understanding
Wednesday, June 12 | 16.00 – 17.00 | Session S608
Speaker: Veli-Matti Ylitalo, Compuware
Don’t forget to stop by our stand and learn how we can help you modernize your mainframe environment with easy to use solutions that enable Agile and DevOps practices on your mainframe platform, and solve your toughest mainframe challenges.
We look forward to seeing you there!
In the meantime you might also find our blog posts/white papers on mainframe agility and DevOps worthwhile: