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How No-Code DevOps Orchestration Accelerates Software Delivery


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Sponsored by OPSERA

Tuesday, May 11, 2021
3 p.m. ET

As your teams, products and platforms grow, so does the complexity of your DevOps. Adding and mastering new tools and pipelines, integrating and monitoring them as well as keeping up with reporting and compliances take time away from value-added activities. Many teams have ‘hit the wall’ finding their DevOps automation is not flexible or fast enough.

In this webinar, we'll discuss how tools agnostic DevOps Orchestration and Analytics can accelerate software delivery while providing enterprise-class security, reliability, and visibility. Learn how you can get, Point and Click deployment & management of your choice of tools No-code pipelines with built-in security & quality Complete observability of all your tools and pipelines ‘out of the box'.

Dr. Gautham Pallappa
Executive Advisor, Digital Transformation - VMWare
Dr. Gautham Pallapa is an Executive Advisor for VMware. He works with C-Suite and executives at Global 2000 enterprise customers in transforming their strategy, processes, technologies, culture, and people to achieve their objectives and business outcomes. His mantra is "Transform with Empathy" and has successfully led several business transformations and cloud modernization efforts in various industry verticals. Gautham is an agile coach, a Lean Six Sigma Black Belt, a SAFe Agilist, and an Ambassador for the DevOps Institute. He writes/talks/works on transformation, elevating humans, helping underprivileged people, and giving back to the community. He has an upcoming book called "Lead with Empathy" which explores these topics in detail.
Jayne Groll
Co-Founder and CEO - DevOps Institute
Jayne Groll is co-founder and CEO of the DevOps Institute (DOI) whose mission is to advance the human elements of DevOps. Her IT management career spans over 25 years of senior IT management roles across a wide range of industries. Her expertise spans multiple domains including DevOps, Agile, ITIL/ITSM and Leadership. She is the author of the Agile Service Management Guide. Jayne is a recognized and respected IT thought leader and influencer and is very active in the global DevOps, ITSM and Agile communities and is a frequent presenter at local, national and virtual events.
Chandra Ranganathan
Co-Founder and CEO - Opsera
Chandra is co-founder and CEO of Opsera, and former Head of Global Enterprise Infrastructure at both Uber and Symantec. His experiences leading global enterprise transformations of fragmented infrastructures, clouds, external services, and legacy workloads into a global public/private hybrid cloud surfaced all the pain points that ultimately led him to launch Opsera. Chandra holds an MBA in Strategy and Finance from The Wharton School and Master's and Bachelor's degrees in Computer Science. In his spare time he mentors Bay Area high school students in STEM programs, and enjoys running marathons.

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