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Managing Change in a Modern DevOps-Powered Enterprise


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Sponsored by appdynamics/evolven

Tuesday, March 17, 2020
1pm EST

Industry consensus is that 60 to 90% of all performance and availability issues are caused by some type of change. 

DevOps teams are battling to manage change in complex heterogeneous enterprise environments, combining micro-services running on auto-scaling containerization platforms with "brownfield" applications using scalable cloud infrastructure and legacy backend systems. So how can peak performance and stability be maintained in complex enterprise cloud environments, without agility being undermined? DevOps organizations need to effectively answer both questions "What's wrong" and "What changed" to prevent incidents even before there is any symptom of performance degradation or availability threat.

The answers should extend from microservice code updates, to AWS account configuration changes, to operating system patches in legacy environments. Working together, AppDynamics and Evolven provide an integrated solution correlating actual changes with performance data and generating actionable insights based on changes that caused or will cause instability.

In this webinar we'll show you how this integrated solution helped a large international financial institution to successfully manage a complex and dynamic application environment, while increasing the frequency and volume of delivered changes.

Sasha Gilenson
Founder and CEO - Evolven Software
Sasha is paving the way as an expert leader in AIOps, addressing the 15-year chronic change and configuration challenges that have undermined performance and availability in IT operations. Prior to launching Evolven in 2007, Sasha spent 13 years with Mercury Interactive (acquired by HP). Sasha founded Evolven to apply a new analytics approach to resolve the chronic change & configuration challenges while dramatically minimizing the risk of downtime and slash incident investigation time.
Gregg Ostrowski
Regional CTO - AppDynamics
In his current role, Gregg engages with customer senior leadership to help prioritize their strategy for digital transformation. He is a senior executive and thought leader with over 20 years’ experience in leadership positions for companies like Research in Motion and Samsung. He has worked with many F1000 customers, Government Agencies and partners on digital transformation, mobility application deployments, DevOps strategies, Analytics and high ROI business solutions.

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