What are the big takeaways from the 2024 State of DevOps Report: The Evolution of Platform Engineering? What does it reveal about the industry and teams today?  

Join our conversation between two thought leaders for expert analysis on the results from the report Kapil Tandon, VP of Product Management at Puppet by Perforce and Deepak Giridharagopal, CTO of Puppet by Perforce. This conversation will be hosted by Rod Cope, VP of Product Management at Perforce.

You’ll hear about:

  • Developers, and development, have evolved and changed — and how platform engineering teams can support them.
  • Security is becoming more proactive — here’s why it has become everyone’s responsibility to support.  

See the big-picture view of the report’s results and hear insight into the state of DevOps today in a conversation you won’t want to miss.  

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Kapil Tandon

Vice President of Product Management, Puppet by Perforce

Kapil Tandon leads Product Management for the IT Ops Pillar at Perforce, driving innovation for brands like Puppet. Prior to Perforce, Kapil played a key role in product portfolio planning at Tricentis, and spent 21 years in product management at Microsoft.

Deepak Giridhargopai

Deepak Giridharagopal

CTO, Perforce Software

Deepak is CTO at Perforce, where he has helped architect and build Helix Core Cloud. Before that he was CTO at Puppet, working on one of the world's most popular open source configuration management tools. He has a love of infrastructure, distributed systems, and action cinema.

rod cope

Rod Cope

CTO, OpenLogic by Perforce

As founder and CTO of OpenLogic, Rod Cope drives the technology vision for OpenLogic and heads the product management organization. Rod has over 20 years of experience in software development spanning a number of industries including telecommunications, aerospace, healthcare, and manufacturing. Rod holds both Bachelor's and Master's degrees in Software Engineering from the University of Louisville.