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[February 28, 2015, Fairfax, Virginia] DevOps practitioners, technical leads of development groups, operations managers, project managers and senior leadership trying to derive maximum return on their investment are signing up for a free opportunity to hear from the experts.  On March 10th at 12:00pm EST Jeffery Payne and Richard Mills of Coveros will lead an interactive session with Q&A called Engineering Your DevOps Solution: Building a Pipeline that Scales.

Broad experience across many sectors including big data, finance, healthcare and defense IT has revealed that most enterprises struggle to balance the need to be live at all times with the needs to continuously develop a devops solution and add incremental improvements. These leaders, who have been influential in the DevOps revolution we have seen in recent years, propose that building a DevOps solution is a software engineering project just like any other software system.

“Executives, Operations Managers, Consultants, Senior Developers, Technical Leads, Business Value Analysts, Senior Testers, Scrum Masters, Product Owners…the list seems very broad of who can benefit from this information, but that’s DevOps done right,”says Jeffery Payne, founder and CEO of Coveros.  “We need to include many people across an enterprise in the conversation and focus their attention on what more they can do, together.”


Richard Mills, DevOps Practice Leader at Coveros adds, “Your development teams depend on your DevOps infrastructure to build, test, and deliver their software, potentially into production. To be successful, you must be able to roll-out changes to your DevOps automation and infrastructure in a controlled fashion without affecting day-to-day availability of your DevOps pipeline. You must also be able to scale these changes to support multiple development, test, and production environments.”

The registration link for the March 10th webinar is now live.

Those who sign up on a first come, first served basis can claim their spot to bring actionable insights back to their enterprises. Learning objectives will cover these topics: how to build a “meta-pipeline,” how to up your automated testing game, how to optimize continuous integration and how to apply version control to a DevOps infrastructure.

Appointments may be made on a selective basis for private Q&A with journalists and bloggers.  Email David Burke [email protected] for more information.


Jeffery Payne is a leading expert in secure agile software development who has testified before Congress on technology issues such as intellectual property rights and cyber-terrorism and published more than thirty papers on software development and testing. Since 2008 he has been at the helm of Coveros, founded the same year and recognized by Inc. magazine as one of the fastest growing private US companies. A popular keynote, Jeff is speaking at 2015 DevOps Conference West on “Why DevOps Changes Everything.” He is a former ACM National Lecturer and co-founder of the Northern Virginia Chapter of the IEEE Computer Society. He holds an M.S. in Computer Science from The College of William and Mary and is an accredited instructor with the International Consortium for Agile (ICAgile). Follow Jeffery on Twitter @jefferyepayne.

Richard Mills has more than 20 years of experience in software engineering specializing in software development with a concentration on pragmatic software process and tools.  Rich has a specific focus in Agile development methods, static and dynamic software analysis tools, configuration management, engineering, automated software build management, and continuous integration.  He currently works as a Senior consultant with Coveros and has been with the company since 2010.   Rich is dedicated to helping his customers build software better, faster and more securely by coaching and mentoring in Agile development methodologies, automating software (builds, tests, and deployment) and integrating strong security measures into his development techniques. He is an alumnus of Bucknell University where he earned a BSEG in Computer Engineering.

MORE ABOUT COVEROS: Coveros was founded with the belief that there is a better, more cost-effective, secure way to deliver software.  More can be found on the company’s Twitter stream @Coveros and on its website at



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