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In pictures: CIO roundtable - Is DevOps going mainstream?

CIOs gathered in Melbourne this month to discuss the rise of DevOps - a concept that improves interaction between app developers and operations staff​ - and what it means to the success of their orgnisations. The luncheon was sponsored by AppDynamics.

  • Attendees arrive

  • Attendees arrive

  • Attendees arrive

  • Attendees arrive

  • Attendees arrive

  • Paul Hulett, CIO, GMHBA Limited

  • Attendees arrive

  • Attendees arrive

  • CIO roundtable: Is DevOps going mainstream?

  • CIO roundtable: Is DevOps going mainstream?

  • CIO roundtable: Is DevOps going mainstream?

  • CIO roundtable: Is DevOps going mainstream?

  • CIO roundtable: Is DevOps going mainstream?

  • Alan Shurey, application services manager, GMHBA Limited

  • Jeffrey Dunn, IT strategy program manager, Health and Community Services

  • Evgueni Iakhontov, group manager – consumer digital technology, Sensis

  • CIO roundtable: Is DevOps going mainstream?

  • CIO roundtable: Is DevOps going mainstream?

  • Jamie Stewart, logistics IT solutions leader, Lion Logistics

  • CIO roundtable: Is DevOps going mainstream?

  • CIO roundtable: Is DevOps going mainstream?

  • CIO roundtable: Is DevOps going mainstream?

  • Nick Walker, head of technology, NAB

  • Bernie Wansink, CIO, Schiavello Group

  • CIO roundtable: Is DevOps going mainstream?

  • Andrew Brockfield, country manager, Australia and New Zealand, AppDynamics

  • Hartley Olley, head of architecture and governance, AIA Australia

  • Bhaskar Sunkara, CTO, AppDynamics

  • CIO roundtable: Is DevOps going mainstream?

  • CIO roundtable: Is DevOps going mainstream?

  • Adrian Martorella, technology and strategy leader, Simplot Australia

  • CIO roundtable: Is DevOps going mainstream?

  • CIO roundtable: Is DevOps going mainstream?

  • CIO roundtable: Is DevOps going mainstream?

  • CIO roundtable: Is DevOps going mainstream?

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