Almudena Rodriguez Pardo is born in Bilbao (Spain). She studied computer science at RWTH University Aachen (Germany) and started working for Ericsson in 1995. Almudena has a strong technical background as a developer, quality coordinator and technical market support engineer in different organizations within Ericsson ICT Development Center Eurolab (Germany). Since 2011, Almudena was strongly involved in the Agile transformation and DevOps deployment at Ericsson, and worked as an Agile and DevOps Consultant for Ericsson customers.
She is a well-known public speaker with international reputation at Agile and DevOps conferences. She has been invited at Agile Tour London, Scan Agile Helsinki, Agile Practitioners Tel Aviv, delivery of Things World Berlin, Agile Pep Minds Berlin, Conference Agile Spain, etc… Furthermore, she contributes to the Agile community with publications like InfoQ.
Almudena joined the Agile company Improvement21 in 2017, as Agility expert supporting organizations worldwide in their way to Agility and DevOps deployment.
“DevOps and people: where automation begins!”
Anyone who advocates continuous delivery would say: “Automate everything!” – and Almudena is someone who would definitely agree with them. She states that we should never overlook the key role that people play as automation enablers.
Almudena firmly believes that the best recipe for success with complex DevOps scenarios is an intensive collaboration of all parties involved. To prove that, she has years of experience in the telecommunication world, where complex DevOps scenarios are common.
During her speech and discussion, we will take a closer look at the concrete scenarios from the telco world and its daily business routine. We will talk about the world where developers and operators are ready to do everything to go for an outstanding success story.
Almudena is a speaker on the Dev stage at the 3rd Agile Serbia Conference. She will moderate a discussion, where she expects all the participants to share their own scenarios about different roles people play in any DevOps deployment. Don’t miss it!