Verizon is not a startup that can simply copy and apply what works well for Uber, Facebook and other “Unicorn-Companies.” They are challenged by complex IT and business infrastructure accumulated over decades. Yet they wanted to streamline operations, optimize business output and deliver more useful products faster to their consumers.
Verizon’s journey started back in 2011 by identifying Technical Debt, Business Debt and Organizational Rust. Now in 2016, after several years of streamlining their development and IT organization, they run every single project using a “Verizon agile,” DevOps approach.
Download this webinar to hear, Assoc. Director at Verizon Enterprise Solutions, Nita Awatramani, share Verizon’s amazing digital transformation journey. Learn how they re-invented the way they develop, deploy and run their software supporting their business to remain competitive, profitable and relevant, in an era of increasing customer expectations.
Discover how Verizon successfully:
- Decreased the number of apps they support by 40%
- Reduced IT complexity by consolidating from 13 to 5 data centers
- Increased their virtual server footprint 66% while reducing hardware footprint 25%
- Implemented a “level-up” mind set for team members through metrics-driven continuous delivery
Nita is joined by Andreas Grabner, Performance Advocate at Dynatrace who will support why monitoring, application and end user metrics have to be a key part of your own transformation!
Associate Director at Verizon Enterprise Solutions
Nita Awatramani is responsible for infrastructure program management, security, compliance and business operations for Verizon Enterprise Solutions pre-sales and ordering systems. She has been with Verizon for 15 years, first with Consumer and Mass Business and then with Verizon Enterprise Solutions. She has a bachelor’s degree in Mathematics and a master’s in Computer Science. She holds a CISSP certification and is currently pursuing the Advanced Computer Security Program at Stanford.
Performance Advocate at Dynatrace
Andreas Grabner has 15+ years’ experience as an architect and developer in the Java and .NET space. In his current role, Andi works as an advocate for high performing applications in both the development and operations areas. He is a regular expert and contributor to large performance communities, a frequent speaker at technology conferences and regularly publishes articles blogs on blog.dynatrace.com