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Job Title: Microsoft Regional Director
Steve has twenty five years of IT experience working for top government and corporate organisations in Australia and the UK, including BNP Paribas, Vodafone and Credit Suisse.
Prior to co-founding DevOpsGuys, Steve was the Web Operations Manager for Totaljobs and was responsible for running their online job board platform.
Steve’s passion is creating operationally excellent platforms for web applications that are secure, scalable and manageable. He is an expert across a wide range of technologies, with Microsoft web server infrastructure being a specialism.
In recognition of this expertise, Steve Thair has been made a “Regional Director” by Microsoft. Established in 1993, the program consists of 150 of the world’s top technology visionaries. Regional Directors are expert advocates who promote Microsoft products, services, and solutions by sharing their deep knowledge with groups such as customers, the press and industry analysts.
Steve blogs extensively and presents regularly at numerous meetups, webinars and conferences around the world to evangelise the benefits of DevOps. In 2014 he co-founded the WinOps Conference and Meet-Ups which are dedicated to promoting DevOps in Windows environments.
Steve Thair Seminars
PANEL: DevOps: What’s Now, What’s Next? Wed 4th Oct 16:20 - 17:10
PANEL: DevOps: What’s Now, What’s Next?
It’s now accepted wisdom that adopting some DevOps methodologies in software development is advantageous for companies of all sizes. The principles of DevOps have gone from ideals discussed between a small group of enthusiasts to an item point on the agenda of CIOs of most of the world’s largest companies in a little under 10 years. But why has it become so popular and has it lived up to its early principles? As adoption becomes more widespread how are those principles likely to change?
Time / Place
Wed 4th Oct 16:20 to 17:10
IP EXPO Keynote