In just two days time, Dr. Jacob Ukelson will discuss what DevOps looks like in the enterprise and how leveraging application release operations can raise your organization to the next level. In preparation for the webinar, we have put together these slides in an exclusive sneak preview.
DevOps is a growing trend in the enterprise as an operational response to application centricity. Organizations today rely more than ever on their applications, as do their customers. As infrastructure becomes more virtualized, development more agile and business more dependent on applications – IT Operations is being called upon to provide a faster release cycle for applications.
To keep pace with the speed of DevOps production, automation is key. Manual changes and scripting are too time consuming and error-prone to keep up with today’s agile environments. Tools such as Puppet and Chef provide part of the answer but they lack the enterprise application and release centric view needed for enterprise application operations.
Learn more about this exciting event in this sneak preview. We’ve put some highlights online so you can get an idea what to expect – and maybe even start thinking about questions to ask Dr. Ukelson.
After attending this exciting event, you will understand:
- The challenges of deploying applications in open source tools such as Puppet and Chef
- The need for a release centric view in enterprise release operations
- How to leverage Nolio’s Application Release Operations Suite with Puppet to achieve enterprise DevOps nirvana
Following his presentation, all participants will have the opportunity to speak directly with Dr. Ukelson in a dedicated ‘Question and Answer’ session.
This webinar will take place on Thursday, November 1st, 2012 at 12pm EST / 4pm GMT.
Click here to register for ‘What DevOps Looks Like in the Enterprise’
About the DevOps Expert
Dr. Jacob Ukelson
Dr. Ukelson has a proven track record in discovering and developing innovative solutions to real-world customer problems, and then developing them into products.