Container Platforms and the Growing Influence of Developers
- October 11, 2018 - October 11, 2018
- : 90 mins
Date & Time: Thursday, October 11, 2018 at 9 am PDT
Pete Johnson is a Principal Systems Engineer for Cloud, Containers and Serverless in the Global Partner Organization at Cisco Systems Inc. He came to Cisco as part of the CliQr acquisition where he served as the Product Evangelist. Previously, Pete worked at Hewlett-Packard for 20 years, including a stint as the HP.com Chief Architect and he had a variety of roles at HP Cloud as well. When not at work, Pete busies himself building sets or working light mixing boards as a theater dad, is an obsessive New Orleans Saints fan, and has what might be an unhealthy amount of knowledge about Disney theme parks. He can be found on Twitter at @nerdguru.
In the modern economy, every business is a software business, but how did that happen? How do companies keep their now expensive and competitive developer resources productive? Why do developers love micro-services and containers so much? What is Cisco doing to help them? This session will cover the evolution of software development and the key performance indicators for developers, equipping you to discuss relevant Cisco products.