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Top 5 Must-Haves for Operationalizing DevOps


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Sponsored by TURBONOMIC

Friday, July 16, 2021
12 p.m. GMT / 1 p.m. CET / 8 a.m. ET

Are you implementing cloud native DevOps? Are your mission-critical applications running on Kubernetes? Is it harder than you thought? You’re not alone. While microservices and CI/CD are increasingly the standard for building modern applications, operationalizing and managing resources for these applications remains a pain-point for DevOps, SRE, and Ops teams.

Join us as we discuss the top 5 must-haves for Operationalizing DevOps. We’ll talk through:

  • The criticality of app-centric ops
  • The power of full-stack analysis, from the logical to the physical
  • Why DevOps speed requires hands-free optimization
  • The business and operational outcomes of continuous performance

Bring your questions, we have answers!

Advanced Solutions Product Management & Engagement Manager - Turbonomic
Eva has more than 15 years experience in IT service management, spanning application performance management, virtualization optimization, and enterprise grade continuous quality in mobile application strategies. As part of Turbonomic’s Advanced Engineering Team, she is committed to bringing a customer-centric solution approach to solve problems that impact business everywhere.
Eric Wright
Technology Evangelist, Director of Technical Marketing - Turbonomic
Eric Wright is a Technology Evangelist at Turbonomic, VMware vExpert, and Cisco Champion with a background in virtualization, containers, VMware, OpenStack, Business Continuity, Infrastructure-as-Code, and systems automation. Eric is a highly requested keynote speaker and also the creator behind DiscoPosse.com and podcasts at DiscoPossePodcast.com. Eric is a regular contributor to community driven technology groups including AWS, Cloud-Native Meetups, VMUG, OpenStack User Group, Kubernetes and other open source community Meetups.

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