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Diana Omuoyo

Diana Omuoyo Senior Solution Engineer at Cisco AppDynamics

Diana Omuoyo is Senior Solution Engineer at Cisco AppDynamics for the Asia Pacific region and has spoken at multiple industry conferences on application and systems architectures. Her subject matter expertise in performance engineering, systems tuning and optimization, DevOps and cloud adoption strategies have helped deliver multi-million dollar savings and productivity for Fortune 500 clients across the United States, New Zealand and Australia.

Diana holds a Master of Science degree from Baylor University and has more than 12 years of international experience in software development, performance architecting, solutions engineering and software development.

Currently based in Sydney, Diana stays active as a STEM community leader, partnering with programs such as Girl Geek Dinners, Women Who Code and Summer of Tech.

Talk: So We shifted Left, Now What?

Software has integrally become an essential part of our daily life and critical for businesses globally. Consumer behaviour has shifted to digital consumption overtime more-so during what has been a roller-coaster of a year.

Over the years, the software delivery process transformation has seemingly been focussed on automation, shifting left, faster deployments & more distributed and elastic systems. As software practitioners, we have had to adapt to these drastic, dynamic changes quickly.

In the midst of all that, the responsibility of delivering quality and secure applications has shifted to our Developers - think DevOps, DevSecOps, Dev[P]Ops. So, how do we support and enable our teams to succeed in delivering quality, secure software faster without impacting customer experience?

Join me as I discuss why context within your stack is a critical part of this transformation.

This is not about tools - we need to focus on data and information and most importantly CONTEXT!

Context Definition
The circumstances that form the setting for an event, statement, or idea, and in terms of which it can be fully understood

Application Health foe the entire stack
End User, Application, BackEnd, Security, Network, Infrastructure.