Pekka Barck has 30 years of experience in the IT space. His focus on information management and automation has resulted in experience in all major industry sectors in 20 countries and four continents. As a leading authority in advanced process automation, complex ecosystems, big data, security and agile, he has had a solid background from many environments both as a customer and a consultant.

Before joining AlphaZetta, Pekka has made more than 100 public appearances. Events include TDWI (UK), VLDB (France), Aalto University (Finland), IBM CIO Forum (France), SPSS (Finland), Teradata Partners (USA), Teradata Universe (Korea, China and Singapore), Marcusevans (Holland and France), Intelligent Solutions (USA), Business Objects (France), Informatica (USA), Microstrategy (Indonesia) and Oil&Gas events (UK).

DevOps Overview

2021-03-12T03:59:38+00:00March 10th, 2020|Tags: |

Traditional enterprises struggle with the agility of the IT development process. A cultural change is needed to enable predictable, repeatable, frequent, transparent and reliable releases in a cost-efficient manner. This one day DevOps Overview [...]

DevOps Teamwork

2021-03-12T03:59:39+00:00April 24th, 2020|Tags: |

DevOps mode of operation is slightly different from other development models in use. This course gives information of how DevOps impacts the work within each role category and what [...]

DevOps Configuration Management

2021-03-12T03:59:40+00:00April 27th, 2020|Tags: |

Configuration management operates project artefact relations. “Operates” means identification or creation, storage, retrieval, audit, control, identification and change. Configuration management combines configurations with artefacts and source code. This course looks at DevOps configuration management [...]

DevOps Test Automation

2021-03-12T03:59:40+00:00April 27th, 2020|Tags: |

There are many kinds of tests, depending on application type and customer environment. But generally, tests can be simplified into unit, acceptance and exploration tests. Unit test automation had been discussed in the Devops [...]

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