Agile + DevOps West 2019 Concurrent Session : Panel: What's the Next Big Thing in DevOps?

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Wednesday, June 5, 2019 - 3:00pm to 4:00pm

Panel: What's the Next Big Thing in DevOps?

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Are you comfortable with what DevOps is now but wondering what you will have to worry about next? Or just curious about what our experts think will be the next big thing in DevOps? Come listen to our panelists as they answer questions about the future of DevOps—or at least some possible futures. This panel is looking to answer your questions about where the industry is headed, so be ready to participate.

Greg Sypolt
Gannett | USA Today Network

Greg Sypolt, a director of quality engineering at Gannett | USA Today Network, has a blend of developer, quality, and DevOps mindsets, allowing him to bridge the gaps among all team members to achieve the desired outcomes. Greg helps shape the organization’s approach to testing, tools, processes, and continuous integration, supporting development teams’ efforts to deliver high-quality software. He's an advocate for automating the right things and ensuring that tests are reusable and maintainable. He actively contributes to the testing community by speaking at conferences, writing articles, blogging, and being directly involved in various testing-related activities.

Sandy Park

Sandy Park is a co-founder of, an emerging startup in exploratory mobile testing located in the bay area and Seoul. She recently automated Facebook's fiber connectivity projects while partnering with MNOs in EMEA and APAC. Prior to that, she was a Director of mobile partnerships in Samsung USA. She also contributed to the acquisition of EdgeSpring to Salesforce, which is now called Salesforce Wave. She holds a Ph.D. of Energy Resources Engineering, and a Master's of Electrical Engineering both from Stanford University.

Angie Jones

Angie Jones is a Senior Developer Advocate who specializes in test automation strategies and techniques. She shares her wealth of knowledge by speaking and teaching at software conferences all over the world, as well as writing tutorials and blogs on As a Master Inventor, Angie is known for her innovative and out-of-the-box thinking style which has resulted in more than 25 patented inventions in the US and China. In her spare time, Angie volunteers with Black Girls Code to teach coding workshops to young girls in an effort to attract more women and minorities to tech.