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Enterprise Cloud and PaaS

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Tech communities have always been abuzz with the potential of Platform as a Service (PaaS). The promised ability to slash delivery times, allowing teams to iterate and release new features faster, has a growing number of organisations looking to implement PaaS in 2016.

With that said, the definition of PaaS remains ambiguous, and many PaaS approaches are incomplete or suffer from the immaturity of supporting frameworks and tools.

In this presentation, industry leaders from ThoughtWorks, AWS, Pivotal and Red Hat share insights from the trenches and enter the world of Cloud applications automation and PaaS. 

They provide a glimpse of how you can understand why and how PaaS is widely adopted, as well as appreciate its constructs and challenges. They also get into detail about how you can learn how to build your delivery platform around AWS services, CloudFoundry or OpenShift.

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Andy McQuarrie

Andy McQuarrie

Technical Principal, ThoughtWorks

Andy has 18 years experience in the Tech industry with a background in Operations, Software Engineering and Consultancy. 

Primarily based in the UK for the majority of his career, Andy has been involved in a number of industry leading digital products and had day to day Ops responsibility for Europe's largest linear OTT platform.

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Shiva Narayanaswamy

Shiva Narayanaswamy

Solutions Architect, Amazon Web Services

Shiva is an AWS Solution Architect, and helps customers solve their business problems on the AWS platform. 

Shiva’s area of depth is around developer tooling, with a special focus on container ecosystem and microservices.

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Andrew Crump

Andrew Crump

Principal Software Engineer, Pivotal

Andrew was co-founder and CTO at CloudCredo, a UK-based company specialising in Cloud Foundry and BOSH which was acquired by Pivotal late last year. 

He now pairs remotely working on open source and Pivotal products from just outside of Christchurch, New Zealand.

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William Henry

William Henry

Senior Consulting Software Engineer, Red Hat

William has over 25 years experience developing distributed systems and service oriented architecture for both government and private industry which includes; finance, telecommunications, healthcare, transport and software development. 

This experience includes extensive use of both standard and proprietary technologies, deploying and integrating enterprise class applications and services. 

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