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A Decade of DevOps: Design Patterns for Future-Proofing Your DevOps Strategy

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Sponsored by jfrog


Wednesday, June 17, 2020
1pm EDT

It’s been more than a decade since the term “DevOps” was coined. Since then, DevOps has evolved, with more tools, technologies and processes to enable unparalleled digital transformation.

The next decade and beyond promise even more innovation as DevOps becomes even more ingrained in the software delivery life cycle. But what’s next? And how can organizations prepare?

Join this webinar as we explore:

  • How development and operations have changed in the last decade.
  • Trends impacting the IT landscape and business processes.
  • What these trends mean for the evolution of DevOps and for your implementation strategy.

Discover the key tenets and best practices to ensure your DevOps strategy remains relevant even in the face of massive business and technological upheaval.

Join Jay Lyman, Principal Analyst, Cloud Native and DevOps at 451 Research, and Loreli Cadapan, Sr. Director Product Management at JFrog, as they share design patterns and tips for future-proofing your DevOps strategy.

Jay Lyman
Principal Analyst Cloud Native and DevOps - 451 Research

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Loreli Cadapan
Sr. Director Product Management - JFrog

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