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Webinar - Managing Your DevOps Tool Chest: The Complexity of Herding Kittens

How Many DevOps Development Tools and Tool Chains Are You Using?

Join DevOps.com Editor-in-Chief, Alan Shimel and Automic’s Product Marketing Director of Release Automation, Scott Willson as they examine the results from the “History of Development” survey. Through this piece of research, unlike any in the market, they will discuss how to minimize the complexity of IT sprawl and make a smooth entrance into your DevOps journey.

 

This webcast will look at:

 

  • What the current environment look like for those knee-deep in the DevOps movement?
  • How many tools the typical Dev team is using and examine the technical debt tool sprawl can cause
  • The challenges tool sprawl creates for Ops and how to overcome them?

 

Watch this webcast because the DevOps movement is growing rapidly across the globe and becoming increasingly hard to “Keep all the kittens in the box”. Dev wants to use every tool available to engender faster innovation. Ops wants stability and the use of specific, reliable tooling. The DevOps.com and Automic survey aims to illustrate just how unstable vendor lock-in can be at the development level, and how important it is to manage this end-to-end process, particularly for the Ops team.

 

Watch The Free Webcast!

Topic: DevOps.com Survey Results
Level: Introductory 
Time: 60 Minutes

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Alan Shimel

 

Alan Shimel is the Founder and Editor-In-Chief of DevOps.com. An often-cited personality in the security and technology community and a sought-after speaker at industry and government events, Alan has helped build several successful technology companies by combining a strong business background with a deep knowledge of technology.

 

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Scott Willson

 

Scott Willson is Product Marketing Director, Release Automation at Automic Software. He has over 20 years of technology experience that spans software development, pre-sales, post sales, and marketing. Scott is passionate about technology and helping business achieve value through technology and was leading DevOps at organizations before it was coined DevOps.

 

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