Tuesday, September 17 • 1:15pm - 1:45pm
One For All & All For GitLab: How IT Became Delta’s Differentiator LIMITED

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For 95-year-old Delta airlines, migrating to a brave new digital world of cloud native tech is how the organization plans to enable scalability and technical flexibility. Why? Because Delta sees IT as a key differentiator as travelers continue to shift online and focus on digital offerings and ease.

This presentation will provide insight into Delta journeys from running applications on VMs to the rapid expansion of their on-prem cloud platform as well as their public cloud platform. Jasmine James (IT Manager and head of Delta’s DevOps Center of Excellence) and Chris Bolton (Senior Engineer and impetus behind Delta’s forthcoming Cloud Native Center of Excellence) will share not only the vision but also the nitty gritty details of how Delta is making this strategic move.

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Jasmine James

IT Manager - DevOps Center of Excellence, Delta Air Lines
Jasmine James is IT Manager and head of Delta’s DevOps Center of Excellence at Delta Air Lines, where she administers, documents and supports the development tools to enable the faster delivery of quality software. Before Delta, Jasmine was a subject matter expert in automated acceptance... Read More →
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Christopher Bolton

Senior Systems Engineer, Delta Air Lines
Chris Bolton is the Lead OpenShift engineer for applications at Delta Air Lines. Chris primarily focuses on the onboarding process and developer experience on the OpenShift platform. Chris enjoys contributing to open source projects around the OpenShift/Kubernetes space.

Tuesday September 17, 2019 1:15pm - 1:45pm EDT
Schimanski 54 N 11th St, Brooklyn, NY 11249, USA