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Using Modern DevOps Practices to Become a Digital Innovation Factory


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Sponsored by jfrog

Wednesday, March 24, 2021
12 p.m. PT / 3 p.m. ET

Today, it is imperative for businesses to transform themselves into digital innovation factories with the agility to quickly and efficiently create and distribute new digital products and services. 

In this webinar, guest speakers from IDC will share key insights, market data, and best practices around the four strategic pillars for establishing a digital innovation culture as well as the modern DevOps methods and tools required to support these practices. 

We'll touch on both the strategic direction that senior leaders must embrace, as well as some of the tactics that DevOps teams can employ to keep the innovation factory humming and thriving in this new digital paradigm.

Jim Mercer
Research Director, DevOps and DevSecOps - IDC


Nancy Gohring
Research Director, Future of Digital Innovation - IDC


Baruch Sadogursky
Head of Developer Relations - JFrog
Head of Developer Relations - JFrogHead of Developer Relations - JFrog

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