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DevOps.com – Upcoming Webinars
DevOps.com – Upcoming Webinars

Below is a list of our upcoming live webinars on DevOps.com. Don’t miss the opportunity to hear from the industry experts on latest and trending skills and technologies you need to accelerate your DevOps career!. You can also participate in live Q&A sessions and more. You can also watch past webinars here on Digital Anarchist and watch anytime. Enjoy!

  • What 30M Workflows Reveal About High Performing Teams
    by DevOps.com on October 21, 2020

    In this talk, I’ll cover a view into anonymized team data from millions of DevOps workflows to share insights, behaviors, and metrics that help teams build better software faster, and look into characteristics of success that we can measure through data. Finally, I’ll cover what we can infer from team behavior, callout a few tools, The post What 30M Workflows Reveal About High Performing Teams appeared first on DevOps.com.

  • Digital Transformation in a Kubernetes World
    by DevOps.com on October 21, 2020

    Are you considering a Digital Transformation that includes Kubernetes and microservices? Are you worried that this direction might not be right for your organization? This webinar will provide you with the right knowledge and insights to consider when beginning your digital transformation. The post Digital Transformation in a Kubernetes World appeared first on DevOps.com.

  • Building Reliable and Observable APIs on OpenShift
    by DevOps.com on October 23, 2020

    In the past few years containers and orchestrators, like OpenShift, have enabled developers to release API-driven services faster than ever. Developers are able to package their code as a container, expose their endpoints as Kubernetes services, and the orchestrator would do the rest, right? Not quite so. There are a lot other concerns that developers The post Building Reliable and Observable APIs on OpenShift appeared first on DevOps.com.

  • Measure Customer Value with Self-Service Observability
    by DevOps.com on October 27, 2020

    Today’s digital economy and customer experience demands flawless service availability and reliability whilst delivering customer value at ever increasing pace. This rate and scale of change requires automation to assist teams as they continuously evolve digital products and services. Any compromised reliability or availability along the way means fundamentally taking two steps backwards in terms The post Measure Customer Value with Self-Service Observability appeared first on DevOps.com.

  • Deploying, Monitoring and Securing Applications on Kubernetes
    by DevOps.com on October 27, 2020

    As organizations scale their Kubernetes implementation and the number of applications deployed, developer experience is going down as they are now forced to deal with infrastructure-related components to deploy and manage their application, which at scale, becomes complex. On the other side, the platform engineering team still has to maintain security and controls around all The post Deploying, Monitoring and Securing Applications on Kubernetes appeared first on DevOps.com.

  • Integrating SAP into DevOps Pipelines: Why and How
    by DevOps.com on October 28, 2020

    Teams practicing DevOps don’t usually have to spend much time thinking about applications like SAP, and SAP often remains a DevOps-free zone that is resolutely difficult to change. But SAP systems enable critical operational processes and in an increasingly interconnected technology stack, need to adapt at high speed if a business is going to be The post Integrating SAP into DevOps Pipelines: Why and How appeared first on DevOps.com.

  • Don’t Let Security Trip You Up—DevOps and Security
    by DevOps.com on October 28, 2020

    Static analysis tools can’t understand business logic. Security analysts doing manual secure code review can trace business logic but can’t hope to trace all tainted user data in a complex application. Penetration testing can’t find architecture issues. No single testing method finds all the vulnerabilities firms want to prevent. Looking for critical vulnerabilities in any modern The post Don’t Let Security Trip You Up—DevOps and Security appeared first on DevOps.com.

  • The Developer’s New Normal: Quality and Security by Design
    by DevOps.com on October 29, 2020

    The shift left revolution is upon us. Developers’ roles are evolving as responsibility for application security expands into their domains so organizations can accelerate release velocity, increase productivity, and improve customer experience. The market is full of products offering to support these changes. How can digital leaders navigate through all of the noise and empower The post The Developer’s New Normal: Quality and Security by Design appeared first on DevOps.com.

  • Testing Leadership in the Era of Remote Work: Best Practices, Advice, and Pitfalls to Avoid
    by DevOps.com on October 29, 2020

    Hosting planning sessions, gathering requirements, and developing test strategies remotely can feel like a game of telephone – especially when your team is juggling work with home life or located across different time zones. Join us as we discuss how teamwork and collaboration are evolving in the era of remote work. The post Testing Leadership in the Era of Remote Work: Best Practices, Advice, and Pitfalls to Avoid appeared first on DevOps.com.

  • Defeating DevOps Demons and Haunted Systems
    by DevOps.com on October 30, 2020

    Anyone who’s frightened by the ghouls, goblins and demons of Halloween has obviously never been in the depths of a DevOps initiative. Even the most successful projects can’t escape the scares that inevitably arise when you fundamentally transform—and continuously optimize—culture, processes and technologies. The troubles terrorizing new and less mature DevOps initiatives can be downright The post Defeating DevOps Demons and Haunted Systems appeared first on DevOps.com.

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