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DevOpsDays Nashville, Kubernetes, and Navigating Digital Transformation

Joel Parks and Nickalaus Wallace joins RoundTower’s own, Alicia Sepanik Davis, on an up and coming podcast, "Cloud Unfiltered," hosted by the enthusiastically charged Niki Acosta.

"In this episode, we're talking to three (yes, three!) of Nashville's finest: Joel Parks, Alicia Davis, and Nick Wallace, of @NashDevOps and #DevOpsDaysNashville."

Cloud Unfiltered is a series of conversations with the experts who are driving the movement for the expansion and adoption of cloud technology forward. From software engineers to IT executives and cloud users, Cloud Unfiltered brings everyone together to talk about different cloud architectures, management models, and deployment strategies.

Alicia Sepanik Davis, Consulting Systems Engineer - Cloud & DevOpsIn this episode, Alicia Sepanik Davis, Consulting Systems Engineer focused on Cloud and DevOps at RoundTower, sits in to discuss the ever-growing Nashville DevOpsDays. Known worldwide as a go-to technical conference, and back by popular demand, DevOps Days returns for its second tour to the Music City. DevOpsDays covers hard-hitting topics around software development, IT infrastructure operations, and the intersections between them.

The Nashville DevOps Days conference was held downtown at The Bell Tower and ran October 17th through 18th. It featured keynotes from 17 technology and DevOps experts, and six rounds of open spaces discussions. 

Industry analyst, Michael Coté from Pivotal, presented at DevOpsDays around how "DevOps" is unconditionally aligned with the needs and demands of every organization looking to improve "how they create, deploy, and manage their custom written software." Of course, "DevOps" isn't a wonder pill that will solve all of your problems. Michael further explained, at a high-level, how to plan and improve the efficiency of managing an organization’s stable of software. His talk also explored several case studies showing the champions and failures in succeeding at applying DevOps. Proving that there is no need to continue with a trial by fire approach to DevOps. 

Overall the Nashville DevOpsDays was a success! Did I mention that the first night concluded with a whiskey tasting (sponsored by RoundTower), dinner, and open bar? Head over to DevOpsDays website to see if there is a one scheduled near you! 
While you're at it, check out other episodes of "Cloud Unfiltered" and our no-bs podcast "Cut the NOISE!".

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