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Tuesday, February 14 • 1:45pm - 2:15pm
How Walmart is Building a Successful Open Source Culture - Andrew Mitry & Megan Rossetti, Walmart

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Open source is accelerating innovation, increasing collaboration, and enforcing an ethos of transparency. Modern enterprises that have embraced this are seeing results from this new way of working, but like all enterprise transformations, the journey isn’t always easy. As a key contributor in the open source community, Walmart understands this transformation firsthand as demonstrated by the release of OneOps * Electrode and the contribution to popular open source projects like React, Node.js, Puppet & OpenStack. In this presentation, Megan Rossetti and Andrew Mitry of Walmart share how the world’s largest retailer has adapted and continues to adapt to an open source philosophy. They’ll tell the story of Walmart’s journey to open source by showing what was successful and sharing metrics, key learnings & advice with the ambition of helping other companies adapt to an open source culture.

Speakers
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Andrew Mitry

Sr. Distinguished Engineer, Walmart
Andrew Mitry, senior distinguished engineer at Walmart, currently leads architecture for a team that builds and operates one of the largest private clouds run on OpenStack and Ceph. Mitry coordinates among Walmart's development, engineering and operations teams as well as the OpenStack community in order to offer best-in-class cloud services. As an advocate of open source culture, Mitry has spoken at many industry conferences including... Read More →
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Megan Rossetti

Senior Engineer, Cloud Technology, Walmart
Megan Rossetti is a project manager with the Comcast OpenStack operations team. She works with the team to set project priorities and meet ever-changing deadlines. In the last four years at Comcast, she has worked on a variety of different projects, and began her OpenStack journey in March of 2014. Since then she has been actively involved in several projects within the community.


Tuesday February 14, 2017 1:45pm - 2:15pm
Grand Sierra B

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