Automatic-Monitoring December 5, 2018

1 PM ET 

Sponsored by Instana


It may sound like a cliché, but we live in a fast-changing world, especially in IT and DevOps. In fact, today’s application environments takes the rate of change to extremes, driven by organizations optimizing their CI/CD processes.

In fact, the need for speed has made manual monitoring a liability within the CI/CD process. From configuration and setup to manual coding and dependency mapping, not automating monitoring puts the entire process at risk. Just how bad is manual monitoring for your operations? In a word: “TERRIBLE!” Only by adopting automated performance management can organizations fully realize the opportunity presented by CI/CD.

Learn why manual monitoring is terrible, what that can do to your application service, and how you can fix the issues by adopting an automated monitoring solution. We’ll cover these topics and other questions in our upcoming webinar – Yes Virgina, Automatic Monitoring DOES exist – on December 5 at 1m ET.

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Pete Abrams, COO, Instana

Pete Abrams is a co-founder and the chief operating officer at Instana, the leader in application performance management for containerized microservices applications. Formerly vice president of customer centric innovation at AppDynamics, Pete has spent more than two decades in the technology industry focused on introducing new products to market and ensuring customer feedback and desired capabilities are incorporated into future product innovation.

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Bernd Harzog, CEO, APM Experts

Bernd Harzog has over 30 years of experience in IT Technology product strategy, with product leadership positions at Netutitve, OpsDataStore, RTO Software and Xcellenet. At APM Experts, Bernd assists leading IT management vendors with product strategy, while also helping some of the world’s largest companies evaluate and select the proper monitoring solution. Bernd has an MBA in Marketing from the University of Chicago, and enjoys applying economic and strategic analysis to product and marketing strategy issues.