Guests of Page it to the Limit

Abby Bangser

Abby Bangser (she/her)

Abby is a Principal Engineer at Syntasso delivering Kratix, an open-source cloud-native framework for building internal platforms on Kubernetes. Her keen interest in supporting internal development comes from over a decade of experience in consulting and product delivery roles across platform, site reliability, and quality engineering.

Abby is an international keynote speaker, Team Topologies Advocate, and co-host of the #CoffeeOps London meetup. Outside of work, Abby spoils her pup Zino and enjoys playing team sports.

Alex Hidalgo

Alex Hidalgo (he/him)

Alex Hidalgo is the Principal Reliability Advocate at Nobl9 and author of Implementing Service Level Objectives. During his career he has developed a deep love for sustainable operations, proper observability, and using SLO data to drive discussions and make decisions. Alex’s previous jobs have included IT support, network security, restaurant work, t-shirt design, and hosting game shows at bars. When not sharing his passion for technology with others, you can find him scuba diving or watching college basketball. He lives in Brooklyn with his partner Jen and a rescue dog named Taco. Alex has a BA in philosophy from Virginia Commonwealth University.

Alex Solomon

Alex Solomon (he/him)

Alex Solomon is the Co-founder and General Manager of PagerDuty. He advocates for growing the community of PagerDuty practitioners by sharing best practices that advance real-time operations. Alex started PagerDuty in 2009 as founding CEO, leading the company through several stages of growth, including product-market fit, fundraising, and expansion of the product vision to what is now the PagerDuty Operations Cloud. He has served on the PagerDuty board of directors since 2010.

Alexa Alley

Alexa Alley

Alexa is a Program Manager and runs the online community at PagerDuty. She has been in the tech industry for nearly a decade, and is passionate about building communities and fostering relationships. Outside of work, you can find Alexa spending time with her Chocolate Lab Chewie, exploring the outdoors, and binging true crime shows.

Alexandra Shaheen

Alexandra Shaheen

Alexandra Shaheen started in non-profit administration, but dove right into the systems used to manage the grant-making process. She realized a love for the realm of engineering and seeing requirements result in tangible systems that make important work easier.

Alexandra joined The New York Times in 2018 as a program manager for the team responsible for building and rolling out a new article editor for The Times. After the article editor’s successful rollout in late 2019, Alexandra started as program lead on the election readiness project. She managed the assessments of critical systems, ran stress tests throughout the year, led resilience projects to fortify workflows with single points of failure, and created event preparation requirements for all of technology. She considers this to have been her dream project.

Alisa Liebowitz

Alisa Liebowitz (she/her)

My name is Alisa Liebowitz and I have been at PagerDuty for over 11 years, starting when the company was under 20 employees. I am excited to share my journey with you.

Andra Burck

Andra Burck (she/her)

Andra is a Security Engineer at PagerDuty. She specializes in Cloud and Infrastructure Security and also manages the Responsible Disclosure program. She delights in making fart noises with her hands, and has trained a cat to fistbump.

Andreia Otto

Andreia Otto (she/her)

Andreia Otto leads the adidas Digital SRE and Operations team, driving SRE principles and DevOps practices to strengthen the resilience and reliability of the eCommerce platform. With a background in software engineering, Andreia has steered her professional journey into the domains of application lifecycle management and platform engineering. In her free time, you will probably find Andreia with her dogs hiking around Germany!

Andrew Davis

Andrew Davis (he/him)

Andrew Davis is a software philosopher and DevOps specialist focused on helping teams deliver innovation, build trust, and improve their performance. Since 2014, he’s focused on the Salesforce platform as a developer, consultant, and architect. He is author of the books Flow Engineering, and Mastering Salesforce DevOps. As CPO, he leads AutoRABIT’s product organization, enabling secure and rapid Salesforce development for the largest Salesforce implementations.