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DevOps Today? Self-Service NoOps Tomorrow!


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Sponsored by xmatters

Wednesday, February 19
1pm EST

Using AI and Automation to Build Self-healing Pipelines

Join us to learn how you can level-up your organization from more manual fire-fighting to proactive, self-healing NoOps. We’ll show you how the use of AI and automation can cut through cloud app complexity, reduce overall alerts, speed root cause analysis, and trigger self-healing actions for record-breaking MTTR. This paves the way for DevOps evolution in the cloud, which is all about self-service platforms with autonomous operations built in.

Travis DePuy, Product Evangelist at xMatters, and Andi Grabner, Performance Activist at Dynatrace, will lead our discussion and show you how you can apply this NoOps approach for better, automated, business services and end-user experience.

Travis DePuy
Head Product Evangelist - xMatters
Travis DePuy is a Tinkerer of Things, Master of Hats and Father of Kitties. He is currently Head Product Evangelist at xMatters where he gets to talk to people about how they are doing Incident Management, DevOps notifications and anything else involving humans, processes and tools. Travis balances the stationary computer work with the fluid moving of Chen Taichi and is often found in the sun flowing the forms of the old ways.
Andreas Grabner
DevOps & ACE Activist - Dynatrace
Andi is a performance and DevOps activist at Dynatrace. He has over 20 years of experience as a software developer, tester, architect, and is an advocate for high-performing cloud applications. He speaks at meetups, user groups, and international conferences on how organizations are leveraging AI, automation and Autonomous Cloud to deliver unbreakable continuous delivery pipelines.

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