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Code-to-Cloud Visibility: An Essential Framework for DevOps Success


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Sponsored by SPLUNK

Tuesday, March 30, 2021
11 a.m. ET

In DevOps we are used to talking about application velocity. But velocity without a framework is short lived and potentially creates more risk than benefit.

Code-to-Cloud visibility is the practice of making sure engineering teams have visibility across the entire SDLC in depth and breadth. With code-to-cloud visibility organizations understand the impact of application development from feature definition to it running in production.

Join Splunker Chris Riley as he explores:

  • The importance of aligning application visibility with your application tech stack
  • How to enable code-to-cloud visibility practices
  • Deeper understanding of DevSecOps, Pipeline Analytics, and Observability
Chris Riley
Technology Advocate/Developer Relations for DevOps, ITOps, SRE - Splunk Inc.
Chris Riley (@hoardinginfo) is obsessed with bringing modern technologies to those who need to solve real-world problems, going from unicorn to reality. As a bad-coder-turned-technology-advocate, Chris understands the challenges and needs of modern engineers, as well as how technology fits into the broader business goals of companies in a demanding high-tech world. Chris speaks and engages with end-users regularly in the areas of DevOps, SecOps, and App Dev. He works for Splunk as a Tech Advocate and is a regular contributor to industry blogs such as ContainerJournal.com, DevOps.com and Sweetcode.io. He is also the host of the podcast, Developers Eating the World.

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