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Low-Code DevOps


Think About Your Audience Before Choosing a Webinar Title

Sponsored by outsystems

Tuesday, June 2, 2020
11am EDT

Software teams all over the world have learned that DevOps is an important element in going digital and in agile transformation, but the complexity of DevOps tooling can be daunting!

Join this short, high-impact OutSystems Tech Talk to learn how you can:

  • Get a jump start on your DevOps rollout by leveraging the built-in DevOps features in OutSystems
  • Reduce complexity, tool fatigue, and realize value faster by automating builds & deployment in OutSystems
  • Improve feedback loops with the business using the built-in testing capabilities
  • Integrate OutSystems automation capabilities into your existing DevOps toolchains
Sezen de Bruijn
Solution Architect - OutSystems
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Rui Mendes
DevOps Domain Expert - OutSystems
Software architect at OutSystems and passionate about finding elegant solutions for complex problems, Rui has been addressing the governance challenges of operating large OutSystems factories. He is also an Agile and DevOps enthusiast/promoter both inside and outside the company.

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What You’ll Learn in This Webinar

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