DevGuild Enterprise-Ready Products

Enterprise-Ready Products

Before you sell to the enterprise, you need to BUILD for the enterprise. Join 200+ founders, CISOs, CPOs, and product leaders to learn and discuss the baseline features required to deliver Enterprise-Ready Products.

Date: Oct 11, 2018
Time: 1-5pm with a happy hour to follow
Address: Folsom Street Foundry, 1425 Folsom Street, SF, CA 94103

Interested in sponsoring this event? Email


DevGuild: Enterprise-Ready Products is a half-day conference for founders, product leaders, architects, and CISOs who build SaaS products.

Through a combination of keynote sessions, case studies, and panels, we’ll help you identify the common features and capabilities that transform B2B software into enterprise software. Talks will provide guidance gleaned from real-world situations, told from the point of view of founders trying to scale their businesses and buyers trying to embrace new technologies within the confines of their corporate requirements.


1:00 – Registration


User Management & Access Control
Integration Management


Security Best Practices
SLA & Support


Deployment & Release Management
Reporting and Analytics


Meet the Buyer: Enterprise Adoption

5:30 – Happy Hour


Mitchell Hashimoto, CEO, HashiCorp

Mitchell Hashimoto is the founder of HashiCorp where he focuses on helping teams of all sizes deploy modern applications into complex infrastructures spanning physical, cloud, virtualized, and containerized workloads. He’s held both the CEO and CTO position at HashiCorp and is widely recognized as the creator of Vagrant, Packer, Serf, Consul, Terraform, Vault, and Nomad – a set of tools that help global companies provision, secure, connect, and run infrastructure for any application.

Eugenio Pace, CEO, Auth0

Eugenio Pace is CEO and Co-founder of Auth0, a global leader in Identity-as-a-Service (IDaaS) that provides thousands of customers in every market sector with the only identity solution they need for their web, mobile, IoT, and internal applications. Its extensible platform seamlessly authenticates and secures more than 50M logins per day, making it loved by developers and trusted by global enterprises. In this presentation, Eugenio will offer insight into product considerations Auth0 has made in identity and access management when catering to enterprise users at Auth0, specifically touching upon topics like SSO, Enterprise Federation, Multifactor Authentication, and more.

Arianna Willett, Security Risk, Trust & Compliance Leader, Twilio

Arianna Willett is the Security Risk, Trust & Compliance leader at Twilio. Over the course of her career, she has created and run security programs for companies ranging in size from startup to Fortune 200. At Twilio, Ari has scaled her organization with the company’s rapid growth, including a successful $150M IPO. She is passionate about using transparency as the foundation of a successful business relationship. Ari graduated from Bentley University with a degree in information systems.

Nick Mehta, CEO, Gainsight

Nick Mehta is the CEO of Gainsight where under his leadership the company has become the Customer Success platform-of-record with an enterprise customer roster that includes companies like Box, Citrix, and CA Technologies and represents over $2.23 trillion of market cap.  Prior to Gainsight, Nick was an Entrepreneur in Residence at Accel Partners where he focused on developing opportunities in the enterprise applications and infrastructure markets. Before his time at Accel, he was the CEO of LiveOffice (acquired by Symantec for $115M) where he scaled technology to petabytes of storage, billions of objects, and 7 data centers worldwide.

Alex Solomon, Co-Founder, PagerDuty

Alex is the CTO and co-founder of PagerDuty and responsible for the strategic direction of the company’s product and technology. With the mission to help critical business technologies stay up and running, Alex is passionately attuned to PagerDuty customers and digital business operations. Prior to PagerDuty, Alex spent time as a software engineer at where he developed and maintained large-scale systems to help its supply chain run efficiently and reliably.

Edith Harbaugh, CEO, LaunchDarkly

Edith Harbaugh is the cofounder and CEO of LaunchDarkly where she helps customers like Microsoft, CircleCI, and Atlassian serve and manage over 10 billion features per day. She has 15+ years experience in product, engineering, and marketing and has previously held product leadership positions at Tripit and Vignette. She continues to mentor startups within the Heavybit community and is the cohost of “To Be Continuous,” a podcast on continuous delivery and software development.

Alexis Lê-Quôc, CTO, DataDog

Alexis brings a strong focus on technical elegance and operational efficiency to Datadog. Prior to founding Datadog, Alexis Lê-Quôc served as the Director of Operations for Wireless Generation where he built the team and infrastructure that served more than 4 million students in 49 states. As a member of the original “devops” movement, Alexis spent several years as a software engineer at IBM Research, Neomeo, and Orange. Alexis holds an MS, CS from the Ecole Centrale Paris and has presented sessions on cloud monitoring and server performance at conferences including AWS re:Invent, Monitorama, DevOpsDays, Velocity, and PyCon.


Date: Oct 11, 2018
Time: 1-5pm with a happy hour to follow
Address: Folsom Street Foundry, 1425 Folsom Street, SF, CA 94103

Interested in sponsoring this event? Email

Folsom Street Foundry


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