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According to IDC, most companies use anywhere from six to 20 or more tools to track and monitor their software development life cycle (SDLC), leaving them with huge operational costs and inefficient DevOps workflows. Consolidating tools can help-but where do you start? And how can you consolidate without making things difficult for your teams?

In this program, JFrog’s Principal Support Engineer Vignesh Surendrababu shares practical insights on effectively approaching tool consolidation within your organization while maximizing value and keeping developers happy and productive.

You will learn about:

  • Key considerations for tool consolidation, including capabilities, impact and ROI
  • Overcoming challenges and successfully consolidating tools
  • Real-world consolidation use cases, from enhancing security to optimizing artifact storage
  • How JFrog can support your organization's tool consolidation journey

Don't miss out on this valuable opportunity to streamline your development processes and achieve significant cost efficiencies. Register now to secure your spot.

Vignesh Surendrababu
Principal Support Engineer - JFrog
Vignesh Surendrababu is an experienced software engineer having spent close to a decade in the software and airline industries optimising user experiences with code and scripting. A DevOps enthusiast, he spends his time uncovering tools that his fellow developers can leverage to streamline and automate their processes efficiently. Currently, with JFrog, Vignesh is part of the support team consulting and helping customers be ready for the next shift in DevOps.

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