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From Ticket-Time to Real-Time: Changing the Status Quo of Operations Work


Think About Your Audience Before Choosing a Webinar Title

Sponsored by PagerDuty

Tuesday, June 29, 2021
1 p.m. ET

Does this sound familiar? My team is always busy but nothing is getting done, everything takes too long, costs too much, and breaks too often. Additionally, there is the digital pressure to do more and open things up - but also pressure to shut things down to remain compliant. How do you stay ahead? Rethinking the status quo of Operations work is a good place to start.

Join this session to learn how you can use automation to elevate your Operations from a reactive, ticket-time state to a proactive, real-time state. Learn how to get started by applying automation solutions where they can make the biggest difference. We will look at how real-time operations enable the safe (and sane) delegation of operational control, wherever it is needed so your team can focus on accelerating business value and achieving a competitive advantage.

Alex Honor
Vice President - Rundeck by PagerDuty
Alex Honor is the Vice President of Rudeck at PagerDuty. Alex is also a co-founder of Rundeck, the makers of the popular open-source runbook automation platform acquired by PagerDuty in 2020. Alex is a practitioner and evangelist of lean-based management methodology focussing on shortening development and delivery cycles, streamlining operations and reduction of waste while maintaining quality. In his spare time, Alex enjoys endurance athletics - like open water swimming, and biking the Santa Barbara coast where he lives with his wife and dogs. Follow him on Twitter @alexhonor.

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