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Day 2 DevOps


Think About Your Audience Before Choosing a Webinar Title

Sponsored by tricentis

Friday, December 18, 2020
11 a.m. ET

Most enterprises are either contemplating or have already begun their DevOps adoption/digital transformation, but once started, the next logical question is “What’s next?"

DevOps success begins with success on a few software teams, expanding to more teams, leading to dreams of adoption by the larger organization. Welcome to Day 2 DevOps, now...what’s next? Many new questions arise, such as:

  • How so we successfully adopt DevOps across teams with diverse technologies, tools and applications?
  • How does DevOps embrace SRE, ITSM, DataOps, AIOps and chaos engineering to achieve our larger goals?
  • How is DevOps contributing value to our digital transformation?
  • What unique challenges will surface and how can we proactively plan for success.

Join us in with an all-star panel of thought leaders as we discuss what to do after you’ve taken your first DevOps baby steps.

Ravyn Manuel
Senior Application Developer/Architect and Lead DevOps Engineer - Smithsonian Institute Museum of African American Culture



Kurt Chase
Sr. Director of Global Release Management - Tricentis

Sr. Director of Global Release Management - TricentisSr. Director of Global Release Management - Tricentis

Jayne Groll
CEO - DevOps Institute



Alex Hidalgo
Principal Site Reliability Engineer - Nobl9



Alan Shimel
Founder, CEO & Editor-in-chief - DevOps.com



CEO - Accelerated Strategies



John Willis
Senior Director, Global Transformation Office - Red Hat



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What You’ll Learn in This Webinar

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