February 23

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Government agencies are responsible for a large number of legacy environments that are slow to change. Agency leaders recognize new or enhanced applications must use collaborative and more efficient processes. DevOps is a practice that has the potential to optimize these processes by emphasizing collaboration and communication while automating the software development lifecycle and infrastructure configuration changes. Agencies can use DevOps for application modernization, migration and redeployment in public and private clouds.

Join Government Technology magazine and Red Hat for a timely discussion of how DevOps, containers and micro-services are speeding legacy modernization and simplifying the migration path.

Topics will include:

  • What is DevOps?
  • How are containers and micro-services used?
  • What management practices need to change as you use these tools?


Bob Woolley

Bob Woolley — Moderator

Sr. Fellow, Center for Digital Government

Mike Bourgeois

Mike Bourgeois

Solution Specialist, Red Hat

Dominic Delmolino

Dominic Delmolino

Managing Director/Chief Technology Officer, Accenture Federal Services