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  • 2017 Predictions and Trends in DevOps   PagerDuty Inc. 2017 Predictions and Trends in DevOps PagerDuty Inc. John Rakowski - AppDynamics, Ilan Rabinovich - Datadog, Chris Genvais - Threat Stack, Arup Chakrabarti - PagerDuty Recorded: Jan 12 2017 59 mins
    As cloud adoption becomes an operating standard and containers, microservices, machine-learning gain traction, the complexity in application and infrastructure environments increases exponentially. To deal with the rising complexity of critical service, DevOps teams globally will be challenged to deliver better reliability and availability of the software they create and operate.

    Join PagerDuty as we host a discussion with leading organizations as they share trends and their predictions for 2017 on what DevOps teams will need to succeed.

    The DevOps expert panel will discuss:

    - Is DevOps finally mainstream?
    - Can enterprise organizations adopt DevOps practices?
    - Will central operations teams move closer to the application - codebase?
    - Does security become a part of the DevOps operational model?
  • 6 Keys To DevOps Proofing Your Infrastructure Monitoring Approach 6 Keys To DevOps Proofing Your Infrastructure Monitoring Approach Jose Mora, Director Partner Marketing, PagerDuty; Umair Khan, Principal Product Marketing Manager, CA Technologies Recorded: Dec 27 2016 24 mins
    When it comes to business success today, it’s all about the software. As a result DevOps has become a strategic imperative within virtually every business in every industry. However, without an adequate hybrid IT infrastructure monitoring approach, many organizations are seeing their DevOps initiatives stifled. Join us in this webcast to learn:
    • Why DevOps demands for a new, better approach to infrastructure monitoring?
    • How to transform your monitoring approach to better support DevOps?
    • What tangible benefits your organization can achieve from a DevOps enabled approach?
    • How CA Technologies and PagerDuty can help you?
  • 7 Years of Monitoring and Metrics 7 Years of Monitoring and Metrics Lindsay Holmwood with Flapjack Recorded: Nov 4 2016 30 mins
    7 years ago, monitoring was just beginning to emerge from the dark ages.

    Since then there's been a cambrian explosion of tools, a rough formalization of how the tools should be strung together, the emergence of the ""monitoringsucks meme"", the transformation of #monitoringsucks into #monitoringlove, and the rise of a sister community around Monitorama.

    Alert fatigue has become a concept that's entered the devops consciousness, and more advanced shops along the monitoring continuum are analyzing their alerting data to help humans and machines work better together.

    But Nagios is still the dominant check executor. Plenty of sites still use RRDtool. And plenty of people are still chained to their pagers, with no relief in sight.

    Register for this webcast and discover answers to questions like, what's holding us back, what will the next 5 years look like, will we still be using Nagios, have we misjudged our audience and what are our biggest challenges?

    This session is collectively part of PagerDuty Virtual Summit.
  • Human Scale Operations Human Scale Operations Mark Imbriaco Recorded: Nov 4 2016 30 mins
    DevOps news is dominated by discussions about tools, and with good reason. It's not unusual for the amount of infrastructure-related code in a system to approach or even exceed the amount of code dedicated to the actual problem the system is solving, even in small systems. As our systems scale in size and complexity, we invest an ever increasing amount of resources into building solutions to help manage our our complex technical systems.

    What's often overlooked is the human component of our systems. All too often our approaches to tools, processes, and systems management attempt to remove humans rather than empower them.

    Humans are not a source of entropy to be safeguarded against in our systems, but rather a fundamental source of resilience and even efficiency. Learn ways that organizations can use this point of view to their advantage when constructing systems to move faster without sacrificing safety. Look into things like tools and interactions with them, team collaboration, and even organizational structure and policies.

    Watch his session and spend some time learning about designing for human scale.

    This session is collectively part of PagerDuty Virtual Summit.
  • Using Incident Data to Build Better Internal Processes Using Incident Data to Build Better Internal Processes Andy Domeier, Director, System Operations, SPS Commerce Recorded: Nov 4 2016 33 mins
    "When was the last time you switched service providers? In today's fast paced digital markets switching service providers is easy. There is no room for delayed responses or slow recovery on incidents. How well does your team respond? Are you constantly getting better?

    Watch how Andy Domeier of SPS Commerce, gets into specifics around data you can take from your incident management process to drive real business improvements. Learn what patterns have worked well at SPS to create a highly efficient & collaborative incident response attitude. Enabling organizations to iterate quickly is a distinct competitive advantage in this age of digital disruption."

    This session is collectively part of PagerDuty Virtual Summit.
  • Fireside Chat with Maynard Webb Fireside Chat with Maynard Webb Maynard Web, Chairman of the Board, Yahoo, Alex Solomon, CTO, PagerDuty Recorded: Nov 4 2016 24 mins
    Watch Alex Solomon, CTO and Founder of PagerDuty have a 1:1 conversation with Maynard Webb, Chairman of the Board at Yahoo! as they discuss digital transformation, the modern operations landscape, some Silicon Valley history and the future of incident management.

    This session is collectively part of PagerDuty Virtual Summit.
  • Customer Panel Session Customer Panel Session Joey Parson, AirBnB, Swets Ackerman, PagerDuty, Chris Riley, Fixate IO, Illan Rabinovitch, DataDog, Ben Del Vento, Cisco Recorded: Nov 4 2016 44 mins
    Digital Transformation is a journey - getting from legacy practices like waterfall to continuous everything is not a button you push, and it can be messy. We know that organizations are doing it. Some have been built bottom up on these practices, but even large regulated organizations have made the transition by ripping off the bandaid and making a huge shift, while others are operating in an environment which for the foreseeable future will be a combination of old and new. Watch this panel of leading DevOps experts as they talk about the digital transformation journey and what the trends they see happing today.

    This session is collectively part of PagerDuty Virtual Summit.
  • What the OODA Has Application Performance Monitoring Got To Do With DevOps? What the OODA Has Application Performance Monitoring Got To Do With DevOps? John Rakowski, Director, Product Marketing AppDynamics Recorded: Nov 4 2016 52 mins
    Software applications are the foundation of digital transformation and DevOps is critical to ensuring that today's enterprises stay ahead of the competition. Regardless of whether you are in DevOps or ITOps, each team is pushing for more agility, more insights, and more efficiency.

    How do you begin to reduce the complexity introduced by the transition to Modern Operations? What role does application performance monitoring have in improving your customer interactions and experience? And what are considered best practices towards adopting APM technology into your Modern Operations architectural stack?

    Join John Rakowski as he explores and share insights into how AppDynamics is helping organizations deploy modern APM technology to Observe, Orient, Decide, Act (OODA) and hear the lessons learned from working with DevOps practitioners on their path towards digital transformation.
  • Protecting Your UX in an Era of Disruption Protecting Your UX in an Era of Disruption Andrew Smirnov, Technical Solutions Engineer, Catchpoint Recorded: Nov 3 2016 45 mins
    In the age of Digital Transformation there is a lot of room for disruptive technologies taking a toll on your customer experience and overall business. With this potential, there is a greater need for intelligent alerting and performance monitoring in order to protect your user experience. Your business needs to make sure it is accurately detecting the impact of digital transformation on its end users so you can safeguard your brand and revenue.

    In this session you will learn the value of an intelligent end user monitoring platform and why protecting your UX is imperative for brand loyalty and revenue growth in this age of digital transformation.
  • IBM Watson + Slack: Bringing Cognitive Capabilities to Ops Teams IBM Watson + Slack: Bringing Cognitive Capabilities to Ops Teams IBM Recorded: Nov 3 2016 25 mins
    IBM Watson and Slack announced a groundbreaking partnership —a collaboration in the development of a cognitive Watson-powered Slack App and associated IBM Cloud SaaS offering called #codename:Eleanor. #codename:Eleanor aims to provide incident first responders with productive first actions and cognitive capabilities making access to information and data as simple as asking a natural language question within a Slack channel. In early prototypes, #codename:Eleanor has been integrated with leading SaaS offerings such as PagerDuty and New Relic to provide an industry-first cognitive capability to IT Ops, DevOps and NOC teams.

    During this session, we'll briefly share the #codename:Eleanor use case concepts and prototype. You’ll also discover how PagerDuty users can immediately accelerate the time to know what to do next when an incident arrives through a cognitive solution. When every second counts, you’ll be able to greatly reduce MTTR.

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