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Wednesday, May 25 • 9:00am - 9:20am
Keynote: Delivering Simpler, Clearer, Faster Government Services with Cloud Foundry - Lindsay Holmwood, Head of Development, Australian Government Digital Transformation Office

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Nobody interacts with government because they want to - they interact with government because they have to, and most people come away from online interactions feeling more confused than when they started.

That's why the Digital Transformation Office was created in 2015 – to change the way Australian governments deliver services, by relentlessly focusing all delivery activities on user needs, and modernising technical delivery methods.

Cloud Foundry is at the core of this technical modernisation, with the DTO providing a Cloud Foundry-based delivery platform to government for building new services. Every team gets a CD pipeline, centralised monitoring and logging, and an app runtime – driving a culture change through tools.

In this talk we'll learn about the problems with the traditional approach to digital service delivery in government, what opportunities Cloud Foundry creates for architecting the delivery of user-focused services, and how Cloud Foundry enables the DTO to help government deliver simpler, clearer, faster public services.

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Lindsay Holmwood

Head of Development, Australian Government Digital Transformation Office
Lindsay Holmwood is a engineering manager living in the Australian Blue Mountains. Lindsay works at the Australian Government’s Digital Transformation Office, building clearer, simpler, and faster public services . A long-time contributor to the open source and DevOps communities, he authored cucumber-nagios, Visage, and Flapjack, and has run the Sydney DevOps meetup the past six years.Lindsay speaks internationally about both the cultural... Read More →

Wednesday May 25, 2016 9:00am - 9:20am
Keynotes - Hall A

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