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Tuesday, September 20 • 9:35am - 9:40am
Keynote: Scaling Argo for the Enterprise - Raziel Tabib, Founder and CEO, Codefresh & Thansha Sadacharam, Tech Learning & Insights, Peloton

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The DevOps movement was all about removing boundaries and accelerating application development. Now more than ever, it's paramount to embrace automation that lets your developers do what they do best and let them focus on the things that are important to them. In this Keynote, Thansha Sadacharam from Peloton will talk about how the Argo Project helped them be more productive. Also, Raziel Tabib will talk about how Codefresh is democratizing GitOps to enable all teams reap the same benefits.

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Thansha Sadacharam

Tech Learning & Insights, Peloton
Thansha leads the Tech Learning & Insights team at Peloton, where her team leverages insights to ensure engineers have the skills and knowledge required to build great member experiences. Prior to Peloton, Thansha led the R&D Learning Team at Shopify where she built their onboarding... Read More →
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Raziel Tabib

Founder and CEO, Codefresh
Developer, entrepreneur and technology enthusiast. Co-founder and CEO of Codefresh (Container lifecycle mgmt.)


Tuesday September 20, 2022 9:35am - 9:40am PDT
Computer History Museum | Hahn Auditorium