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Tuesday, May 13 • 4:40pm - 5:20pm
How Do You Agile Your Global Team to Contribute to OpenStack

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These days everybody knows how to scale a distributed system all over the globe without any single point of failure and communicating between each others in a clustered way.

If you think about it, distributed servers are not so much different than distributed teams, they need to get along together and be synchronized.

But is it really? Human are humans after all and are not servers.

In this session we will go over how eNovance started growing up his development team in a distributed way following the agile’s values and principles. This session will explain how to schedule and iterate keeping the pace of Openstack releases. We will also cover how we organize our scrums, sprint planning, review, retrospective facing different time zones with our distributed teams.

How do you agile your global team to contribute to OpenStack is the talk for everyone who wants to scale agile in multiple distributed teams contributing upstream to Openstack and other open source projects.

Speakers
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Frederic Lepied

Engineering Manager, Red Hat
Frederic Lepied is managing the OpenStack Software Engineering team attached to Red Hat Cloud Innovation Practice.
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Alexis Monville

Director, Improvement & Dissemination, Red Hat
Alexis Monville is Director, Improvement & Dissemination of the Red Hat Cloud Innovation Practice that was launched, after the acquisition of eNovance by Red Hat, to help companies to embrace agile and devops practices. Alexis brings more than 20 years of operations and management experience. As Director, Improvement & Dissemination, Alexis is focused on leveraging the existing organization to enable Red Hat associates and partners from sales... Read More →


Tuesday May 13, 2014 4:40pm - 5:20pm
Room B314

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