Guests of Page it to the Limit

Manuel Pais

Manuel Pais (he/him)

Manuel Pais is co-author of Team Topologies: organizing business and technology teams for fast flow. Recognized by TechBeacon as a DevOps thought leader, Manuel is an independent IT organizational consultant and trainer, focused on team interactions, delivery practices and accelerating flow. Manuel is also a LinkedIn instructor on Continuous Delivery.


Mark Hatch

Mark Hatch

Mark Hatch is a Senior Director of Engineering at Recharge. He has spent his career building and supporting production Infrastructure with a focus on procedural, data-driven Operations driven by transparency in Engineering. His resume includes roles across a wide set of industries including eCommerce, Automotive, Financial and Entertainment where he was able to develop many different points-of-view on the singular subject that is supporting software in production. In his free time he can usually be found outside, exploring or trying to fight back nature, or inside, playing games of all kinds with his family.

Mary Jinglewski

Mary Jinglewski (she/her)

Mary is Honeycomb’s technical writer / instructional designer. She’s passionate about information organization and accessible documentation. Previously, Mary wrangled the docs at Chef, and in a past life, worked in libraries and library technology.

Mary Thengvall

Mary Thengvall (she/her)

Mary Thengvall is a connector of people at heart, personally and professionally. She loves digging into the strategy of how to build and foster developer communities and has been doing so for over 10 years. Mary is the Director of Developer Relations at Camunda, a developer-friendly source-available process orchestration platform. She’s the author of the book on Developer Relations: The Business Value of Developer Relations.

Matt Stratton

Matt Stratton

Matt Stratton is a Transformation Specialist at Red Hat and a long-time member of the global DevOps community. Back in the day, his license plate actually said “DevOps”.

Matt has over 20 years of experience in IT operations, ranging from large financial institutions such as JPMorganChase to internet firms including He is a sought-after speaker internationally, presenting at Agile, DevOps, and ITSM focused events, including DevOps Enterprise Summit, DevOpsDays, Interop, PINK, and others worldwide. Matt is the founder and co-host of the popular Arrested DevOps podcast, as well as a global organizer of the DevOpsDays set of conferences.

He lives in Chicago and has three awesome kids, whom he loves just a little bit more than he loves Doctor Who. He is currently on a mission to discover the best phở in the world.

Megan Araula

Megan Araula

Megan is a lead software engineer at The New York Times. She enjoys solving a variety of business problems across multiple teams and missions while also advocating for system resilience and maturity. On her spare time she likes collecting plants and hitting up the slopes to snowboard.

Megg Sage

Megg Sage (she/her)

Megg Sage is a Senior Security Engineer at PagerDuty. Prior to PagerDuty, she worked as a Software Dev for a number of years. She loves sharing her passion and knowledge of security with others; in particular, the shocked look of disbelief in people’s eyes when they see just how easy it can be to take advantage of a known exploit in an unpatched system. In her spare time, she loves to zoom on her motorcycle, make costumes and attempt to keep her two dozen+ plants alive.

Michael Callaghan

Michael Callaghan

I began learning to program computers way back in 1981 in High School. The Data Processing teacher took pity on a young 9th grader and let me borrow time on the county’s HP 2000 to teach myself BASIC. That experience grew into a passion for software development that has never waned.

Though my early career took a 10-year detour, I finally began writing software professionally in 1995. I’ve been doing that ever since.

Murriel Perez McCabe

Murriel Perez McCabe (she/her)

Murriel is a Customer Engineer with Google Cloud, working with enterprise customers to solve technical and business challenges. She is currently excited about all things DevOps, Information Security, Kubernetes, and Observability. She is also a big advocate for mentorship of girls/youth in STEAM/Technology and enjoys plugging into the local Southern California tech and maker community. When outdoors, can often be spotted on a bike, by the coastline, in the garden, or covered in sawdust.