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Demystify the DevOps Landscape with the Periodic Table of DevOps Tools and DevOps Diagram Generator


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Sponsored by Digital.ai

Tuesday, November 17, 2020
11 a.m. ET

Does it seem like there’s a new DevOps tool available every day? Knowing which tools are most effective for your pipeline is challenging and time consuming. This challenge is why we created the free Digital.ai Periodic Table of DevOps Tools and the DevOps Diagram Generator.

The Digital.ai Periodic Table of DevOps Tools is the industry's go-to resource for identifying best-of-breed tools across the software development and delivery lifecycle. Updated for 2020, the Periodic Table is the easy, fun way to keep up with the latest tools and understand where they fit in the software delivery landscape.

Not sure what you have or what you need? The DevOps Diagram Generator lets you select the DevOps tools used in your software delivery pipeline and dynamically generate a custom view that shows where each tool fits, how they relate to each other and where you’ve got gaps.

Join this live webinar and demo to learn how to leverage these free tools to:

  • Discover what’s new in the DevOps tool landscape
  • Gain end-to-end insight into your software release pipeline
  • Detect and plug holes in your delivery process
  • Identify new tools that may improve your SDLC
Whether you’re starting fresh, filling gaps or replacing existing DevOps tools, join this webinar to learn what’s new with DevOps tools and how we can help you identify the right ones for your DevOps pipeline.
Brian Foster
Enterprise Architect/Sales Engineer - Digital.ai



Scott Erlanger
Director of Product Marketing, Agile and DevOps - Digital.ai



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