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Is GitOps Replacing DevOps?


Think About Your Audience Before Choosing a Webinar Title

Sponsored by tricentis

Wednesday, February 24, 2021
1 p.m. ET

Much of what we think of as DevOps is happening now within GitOps. Example: Testing happening from GitOps then directly deploying with Kubernetes, vs the typical DevOps CI/CD pipeline workflow. Is GitOps the next stepping stone from DevOps? Will organizations go directly to GitOps? What does this mean for organizations working to implement CI/CD? Our panel of experts explore GitOps and its impact on DevOps.

Tracy Ragan
CEO - DeployHub
Chief Research Analyst - IT-HarvestChief Research Analyst - IT-HarvestChief Research Analyst - IT-Harvest
Clinton Sprauve
Director of Product Marketing - Tricentis
GM Cyber Security Business Unit - DevoGM Cyber Security Business Unit - DevovGM Cyber Security Business Unit - Devo
Cornelia Davis
Chief Technology Officer - Weaveworks

Chief Technology Officer - Weaveworks

Brendan O'Leary
Senior Developer Evangelist - GitLab
Senior Developer Evangelist - GitLabSenior Developer Evangelist - GitLabSenior Developer Evangelist - GitLab
Ravi Lachhman
Evangelist - Harness
Evangelist - Harness
CEO - Accelerated Strategies

CEO - Accelerated StrategiesCEO - Accelerated StrategiesCEO 

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