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Partner, Cloud & IT-as-a-Service (ITaaS) Transformation in EMC’s Professional Services Organization. Leads EMC’s Cloud Application Practice, which helps enterprises capture the opportunities being created by DevOps and cloud migration. Living in Austin, TX.

2 responses to “Cloud, DevOps and Herding Cats”

  1. Fryeijeffery

    I was always amused at this fact until I got introduced to the concept of experience side versus memory side by my favorite psychologist Daniel Kahneman, explained in his book Thinking, Fast and Slow and in his TED talk (do watch the TED talk, you won’t regret it). While the patients waited the unpleasant experience was the experience side which they didn’t remember and the quality time they spent in the doctor’s office was the memory side that they did remember.
    http://cloudcomputing.blogspot.in/

  2. Crystal Bedell (@techcopywriter)

    How do you herd cats? Speak in business terms. That’s the underlying theme in each of the three fundamental things IT leaders need to do. IT leaders need to talk about cloud and devops in terms of what they will do for the business, and how they can help improve business processes. Even the metrics for measuring impact and success should be presented in business terms. — Crystal Bedell, http://bit.ly/1hx0Sq1