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Wednesday, August 26 • 09:38 - 10:03
Why Your Organization Should Embrace The Community Model!

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The benefits of DevOps come with a steep learning curve. At State Farm, we believe that in order to successfully transform and create a DevOps culture, we have to embrace the community model—the promotion of (and reliance on) knowledge sharing for both failures and successes, so that teams may learn from the past in order to succeed at scale.

The community model prevents unnecessary waste, enables architecture and code reuse, and allows teams to share best practices. It also enables cultural change. In this presentation we will articulate the community model, share our lessons learned with three years experience operating within it, and explain why and how other organizations should embrace it.

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Karl Cardenas

Architecture Manager - Public Cloud, State Farm
Karl Cardenas is an Architecture Manager for State Farm Mutual Automobile Insurance Companies. His primary role is advancing Public Cloud platform architecture, evaluating new technologies, vendor products, and general cloud-related consulting. Other duties include includes creating... Read More →


Wednesday August 26, 2020 09:38 - 10:03 PDT
Purple Stage