A Data-Driven Approach to
Driving Quality & Reliability in Engineering
55 Mins Session
Engineering teams play a crucial role in creating value for customers and driving competitive leadership, growth, and profitability for a business. Moreover, quality and reliability measures taken during the development process define customer experiences.
But how can engineering teams continue to deliver high quality and reliability, while ensuring speed and cost-effectiveness? With over 25 years of experience, in applying data-driven analytics to drive quality and reliability in engineering, Ramana Sampangi, Vice President of Engineering at 8×8 Inc., knows this first-hand.
Join 8×8 Inc. and Klera, for a live webinar that will help you:
- Apply a data-driven, customer-focused approach throughout the development lifecycle, to ensure reliability and quality
- Develop a framework to measure reliability and quality of development on an ongoing basis
- Identify process gaps and create actionable proposals and plans
- Minimize the need for meetings and use self-service analytics to course correct as needed
Vice President, Engineering
With over 25 years of experience in IT and product development, across product portfolios and technologies, Ramana is a customer-focused Engineering leader. His expertise lies in leveraging DevOps and Agile approaches to optimize development efficiencies, while ensuring high levels of quality and reliability.
Director, Software Quality Engineering
With over 11 years of experience in Quality Engineering and leading teams in a PaaS company, Bud is passionate about software quality, being a customer advocate and justifying action through data. In addition to leading an end to end quality engineering team, Bud enjoys building dashboards to help dig into the data, bubble up insights and to drive greater efficiencies.
With extensive experience in the analytics and business intelligence domain, Bhavin has been helping leading global enterprises and government agencies transform the way they work for 20 years. In his current role he is responsible for all business aspects at Klera since its inception.