I trust that all of our customers that attended xChange13, Serena’s global user conference, are back in their offices implementing
One of the most hilarious presenters in the technology community is George Spalding of Pink Elephant. As Executive VP, he also has a serious side and is one of the primary authors of ITIL version 3. Day two of the conference started with George looking back at the state of release management since Y2K and then he abruptly brought us up to date with the challenges that we face in a mobile-to-mainframe world. Watch the video to the right.
Peter Sianchuk, Serena’s head of customer experience, talked
Day one started with a bang! In a new format, xChange13 got right down to business at 8:00 AM on Monday. Serena President and CEO Greg Hughes immediately set the tone and vision of the conference. Watch the video to the right. He talked about the challenges facing the industry as we navigate through releasing applications with greater velocity and greater throughput 24×7 under never-before pressure to meet time-to-market, compliance and control needs.
Serena’s head of development laid out the future of the product set and highlighted many of the cool new features that are in the upcoming releases.
Our global user conference, xChange13, is about a week away and we’re all extremely excited and busy making sure that attendees have an amazing show. I’m primarily focused on the Industry Trends and Hot Topics track and we have
While preparing for xChange13, Serena’s global user conference from September 16-18, I happened to check in with one of Serena’s key release management partners. When I spoke with Eric Kunkel of