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Monday, June 24 • 4:40pm - 5:15pm
UniModal IT for Financial Services

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UniModal IT for Financial Services

Back in 2014 Gartner came up with the term “Bi-Modal” – with Mode 1 referring to the legacy systems or the System of Records, which was seen more as “keeping the lights on” mode, much to do with stability, whereas Mode 2 referred to the System of Innovation or the System of Differentiation with the need to deal with speed, innovation, and agility.
While there is varied opinion around the very notion of Bi-modal IT, this term has been sold eloquently to C-Suite and for the last 3-4 years CIO’s have been grappling with - “how to deal with 2 speed IT”- essentially how to transform while keeping the light on.
This talk essentially will provide the audience with the insight of "how to move to a Single Speed or Unimodal IT, where they can think of achieving IT Agility not only in the System of Engagement but also in the System of Records. Using DevOps as the underlying lever this talk will elaborate on how to gain speed and velocity without comprising on stability and resiliency across the application portfolio. It will explain how to stand up an end to end integrated DevOps pipeline not only on the distributed technologies (java, .net, node) but also on the legacy side of the house including Mainframe, iseries, and AS400. It will further introduce some of the best practices which the enterprise as a whole needs to adopt to graduate to a Unimodal IT.

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Rishi Singh

Senior Director, CapGemini America
Rishi leads the IT Agility practice for North America region within Capgemini’s Financial Services Global Business Unit (FS-SBU).He is a trusted advisor to CIO’s, CTO’s and Senior IT leadership and he has helped them to achieve innovation and competitiveness for their strategic... Read More →



Monday June 24, 2019 4:40pm - 5:15pm
11 Cloud Hot Topics Room 201
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