*** Sessions will only be available to registrants via Livestream. Sessions will not be recorded. ***

Thursday, June 23, 2022
9:00 AM - 9:30 AM
Virtual Networking for Trees

Try out spatial networking and get a head start planting trees. 

9:30 AM - 9:40 AM
Josh Harbert
9:40 AM - 10:20 AM
Opening Keynote: Digital Leadership Transformation
Jedidiah Yueh

In order to drive digital transformation, IT executives need to transform the way they lead. Over the last decade, technology giants have scaled to unprecedented revenues and trillions of dollars in market capitalization. What are the underlying forces behind their incredible success? What can IT executives learn and implement in their own organizations? How do you know if you have the right strategy and metrics to judge execution? And how can we balance the need for innovation with sustainability? Jedidiah Yueh, the best selling author of Disrupt or Die and the Founder and CEO of Delphix, will share insights from the front lines of digital transformation.

10:20 AM - 11:00 AM
Executive Panel: Leading at the Intersection of DevOps and Compliance to Drive Sustainable Digital Transformation
Bryan Muehlberger Marivi Stuchinsky George Bedar Michael Berman Alex Hesterberg III

Every IT leader must harness high-velocity software delivery and data to enable digital transformation. Product innovation with speed and quality is mission-critical for survival. DevOps supports these goals, with key principles like automation everywhere and shift left. Organizations must also ensure they are fueling DevOps efforts with automated, high quality and compliant data. But as data sprawls and multiplies, organizations must consider its negative impact on the environment. IT leaders today need to explore viable approaches to mitigate these effects in order to support a sustainable IT organization for now and for future generations. Many organizations have proven that, when managing data effectively, they can transform software delivery and meet their compliance obligations, while greatly improving sustainability. In this session, the leaders of multiple global organizations will share their strategy and best practices for achieving sustainable digital transformation.

11:00 AM - 11:15 AM
11:15 AM - 11:55 AM
Agile & Sustainable IT to Expand & Transform the Business
Bharani Krish Gary Ahwah

How does a company enhance the agility and adaptability of its IT operations while experiencing explosive growth in size, revenue, and business demands? After more than tripling its revenue over four years, Molina Healthcare had to answer this question. As a result of several acquisitions, Molina’s IT team was under pressure to quickly integrate disparate, disconnected systems into the company’s core operations, which was critical to meeting state and federal healthcare regulations. With the increasing data volumes from organic growth and acquisitions, strict privacy and data security laws and HIPAA compliance requirements put an extra strain on Molina’s IT organization. Molina’s IT team recognized that it needed to adapt its data management practices to keep up with increased demand for new core software and features.

Molina was able to reduce development timelines and data storage, which also improved its competitive edge and sustainability.

In this session, you’ll learn:

  • The steps Molina took to slash compliant data environment provisioning timelines from days to minutes
  • How Molina optimized sustainability goals by reducing data storage by orders of magnitude— despite facing tens of millions of dollars in growth-related storage costs
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
Virtual Networking for Trees

Meet others virtually! More opportunities to plant trees!

1:00 PM - 1:40 PM
Building a Sustainable Transformation Culture that Empowers People and Innovates Processes
Tracy Kerrins Alex Hesterberg III

Enterprise IT leaders are currently navigating the largest IT re-platforming in history as the business world shifts from physical architectures to virtual ones. This shift is especially significant because of the sheer opportunity it presents— the combination of public clouds, private clouds, and automation offer enterprises a brand new, streamlined way of end-to-end goal achievement. 

Most leaders agree that the technological component of transformation is not the hard part– in fact, it may be the easiest part. The hard part lies in adapting procedures and people to this shift, which is why the process gap and the talent gap are the most important elements for an enterprise to consider when carrying out a transformation program. In this session, we'll explore the cultural and people-centric approach that a Fortune 100 innovator is taking to drive its own sustainable transformation.

1:40 PM - 2:20 PM
Bringing Toys to Kids Faster with Modern Test Data Management Practices
Randeep Arora

Digital transformation and enterprise app transformation are enterprises’ top initiatives— but most application transformation programs are highly inefficient. At the heart of the issue lies access to test data—the lifeblood that allows DevOps to run. Slow test data delivery hinders development velocity, while manual, complex processes sap precious resources: From excessive duplication of non-production data to wasted storage space, careless and cumbersome operations often impede enterprises’ abilities to bring products to market. Learn how modern test data management (TDM) practices can accelerate delivery, allowing businesses to streamline operations and bring products to market efficiently.


2:20 PM - 2:30 PM
2:30 PM - 3:10 PM
Galvanizing People for Sustainable Transformation
Chris Laping

Gallup reports that 70% of all transformation initiatives are unsuccessful; and Forbes reports that 84% of all companies fail at digital transformation. Why do only some organizations succeed and most do not? Leveraging concepts from his best-selling book and compelling new research, Chris will provide some strategies, tactics and tools that help leaders build a sustainable digital transformation culture in their organizations.

3:10 PM - 3:55 PM
The Future of Data: Sustainable Transformation With the DevOps Data Platform
Dan Graves Jason Grauel

Data is the last frontier for automation in DevOps. Enterprise data infrastructure is some of the most expensive, complex and duplicative in IT. Organizations are facing very real tradeoffs between data access for better application development and extreme cost, both due to the infrastructure as well as the power required to drive it. We'll discuss how the Delphix DevOps Data Platform enables sustainable IT practices by consolidating data, driving ephemeral use and ensuring compliant, safe data. We’ll also cover how our customer and community insights are helping us design the next generation of Delphix offerings.

3:55 PM - 4:10 PM
Closing Remarks
Josh Harbert