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Modernize When You Migrate: How Your DevOps Can Leap Ahead as You Move to the Cloud


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Sponsored by AWS Partnered With JFROGAWS _ JFrog

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Join our webinar to learn how JFrog and AWS can help you transform your DevOps and infrastructure to a more nimble and secure environment. In this webinar, you will gain insight on the strategies and best practices to help you overcome the challenges of legacy infrastructure and older application build and deployment approaches. 

Some of the topics for discussion include:

  • Why and how to transform your IT architecture with a DevOps model
  • How to modernize your infrastructure as you transition workloads to the cloud
  • Why and how to employ microservices and containers across your environment
  • How to get unified visibility of your binary repositories across AWS and on-premises data centers
  • Why modern DevOps practices make your software supply chain more secure
Bill Manning
Solutions Engineering Manager, JFrog
Bill Manning is a product strategist for emerging technologies with more than 15+ years of experience in building and developing successful startup products and teams. As a Solutions Engineering Manager at JFrog, Bill strives to help define the DevOps world for customers and colleagues.
Junaid Kapadia
Senior Startup Solutions Architect, AWS
Junaid Kapadia is a Senior Startup Solutions Architect at Amazon Web Services (AWS). Prior to AWS, Junaid worked as a systems and software engineer at Aetion, Tallac Networks and IBM.

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