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  • Selecting the Right Data Science Approach for Your Operations
    Selecting the Right Data Science Approach for Your Operations Lilia Gutnik, Product Manager, PagerDuty Recorded: May 16 2018 16 mins
    Organizations want to modernize their IT Operations with the promise of data science and machine learning. The potential results from harnessing data is awesome: automate repetitive tasks, focus on innovation instead of maintenance, and profit from actionable insights that grows the business.

    However,  many teams struggle with the challenge of applying data science to their operations in a way that is suited to their business, their resources, and their goals.

    In this webinar, we’ll answer key questions such as:

    • Which operations challenges can be improved with Data Science?
    • How can data science help your business?
    • How do you evaluate what data science is right for you?
  • 52% of Companies Sacrifice Cybersecurity for Speed
    52% of Companies Sacrifice Cybersecurity for Speed Pete Cheslock, Head of Ops, Threat Stack and Franklin Mosley, Senior Application Security Engineer, PagerDuty Recorded: May 2 2018 47 mins
    A recent Threat Stack survey finds that over 50% of companies admit to cutting back on security measures to meet a business deadline or objective. As long as companies are willing to sacrifice security at the altar of speed, the long-held dream of marrying DevOps and security simply won’t come true.

    Join this webinar to hear Pete Cheslock, Threat Stack head of Ops, and Franklin Mosley, PagerDuty Senior Application Security Engineer discuss the current status, gaps, and obstacles of DevSecOps. Here are just a few of the survey findings:

    • 68% of companies say that their CEO demands DevOps and security teams not do anything that slows the business down
    • 57% percent of companies say their operations team pushes back on security best practices
    • 44% of developers are not trained to code securely
  • What’s The Future Hold For DevOps?
    What’s The Future Hold For DevOps? Tori Wieldt, New Relic, Tony Hansmann, Pivotal, Matt Stratton, PagerDuty, and Vera Chan, PagerDuty Recorded: May 1 2018 40 mins
    The adoption of DevOps fundamentals has changed the game of software delivery. And DevOps has come a long way from being a methodology that was considered, “for startups only” to what it is today—a culture and people first approach to engineering that enables teams to deploy faster, eliminate silos, and iteratively improve no matter your size. Do it right, and your team stands to release much faster, predictively, and safely, while mitigating unplanned work and making it easier to get ahead of customer experience.

    Join us as we discuss the future of DevOps with leaders from Pivotal, New Relic, and PagerDuty. We’ll look back at where DevOps has been, what it’s brought to the table, and where it’s going.

    • What are the biggest challenges organizations face when cultivating DevOps adoption?
    • What key fundamentals of DevOps are here to stay?
    • Can DevOps best practices and fundamentals be adopted beyond the engineering team?
    • Is it time for the enterprise to finally embrace DevOps?
    • What’s the next big thing for DevOps?

    Speakers
    Tori Wieldt, Developer Advocate, New Relic
    Tony Hansmann, Field CTO, Pivotal
    Matt Stratton, DevOps Evangelist, PagerDuty
    Vera Chan, Technical Marketing Manager, PagerDuty
  • What's the Future of DevOps?
    What's the Future of DevOps? Tori Wield, New Relic, Tony Hansmann, Pivotal, Matt Stratton, PagerDuty, and Vera Chen, PagerDuty Recorded: Apr 26 2018 40 mins
    The adoption of DevOps fundamentals has changed the game of software delivery. And DevOps has come a long way from being a methodology that was considered, “for startups only” to what it is today—a culture and people first approach to engineering that enables teams to deploy faster, eliminate silos, and iteratively improve no matter your size. Do it right, and your team stands to release much faster, predictively, and safely, while mitigating unplanned work and making it easier to get ahead of customer experience.

    Join us as we discuss the future of DevOps with leaders from Pivotal, New Relic, and PagerDuty. We’ll look back at where DevOps has been, what it’s brought to the table, and where it’s going.

    • What are the biggest challenges organizations face when cultivating DevOps adoption?
    • What key fundamentals of DevOps are here to stay?
    • Can DevOps best practices and fundamentals be adopted beyond the engineering team?
    • Is it time for the enterprise to finally embrace DevOps?
    • What’s the next big thing for DevOps?

    Speakers
    Tori Wield, Developer Advocate, New Relic
    Tony Hansmann, Field CTO, Pivotal
    Matt Stratton, DevOps Evangelist, PagerDuty
    Vera Chen, Technical Marketing Manager, PagerDuty
  • 52% of Companies Sacrifice Cybersecurity for Speed
    52% of Companies Sacrifice Cybersecurity for Speed Pete Cheslock, Head of Ops, Threat Stack and Franklin Mosley, Senior Application Security Engineer, PagerDuty Recorded: Apr 24 2018 47 mins
    A recent Threat Stack survey finds that over 50% of companies admit to cutting back on security measures to meet a business deadline or objective. As long as companies are willing to sacrifice security at the altar of speed, the long-held dream of marrying DevOps and security simply won’t come true.
     
    Join this webinar to hear Pete Cheslock, Threat Stack head of Ops, and Franklin Mosley, PagerDuty Senior Application Security Engineer discuss the current status, gaps, and obstacles of DevSecOps. Here are just a few of the survey findings:

    • 68% of companies say that their CEO demands DevOps and security teams not do anything that slows the business down
    • 57% percent of companies say their operations team pushes back on security best practices
    • 44% of developers are not trained to code securely
  • Incident Response Best Practices
    Incident Response Best Practices Susan Fowler, Editor-in-Chief of Increment, Stripe, Sweta Ackerman, Engineering Manager, PagerDuty, Recorded: Jan 24 2018 30 mins
    Hear from Susan Fowler about the current state of incident response. After surveying over 30 leading Bay Area companies about their incident response practices for their first issue, she’ll share insight into the trends found and tips and tricks for how to implement change at your company, as well as what the future of incident response holds.
  • Panel: Reimagining Customer Support
    Panel: Reimagining Customer Support Disha Gosalia, GE Digital; Allison Pickens,Gainsight; Larry Aronovitz, Okta; Howard Wilson, CCO, PagerDuty Recorded: Jan 24 2018 40 mins
    Consumers are on the hunt for the ultimate customer experience, regardless of if you are a consumer facing brand or an enterprise company. Discover how brands like GE Digital, Gainsight, and Okta use PagerDuty to coordinate response to customer issues of all sizes — delivering the best possible responses 24×7, every time.
  • Panel: The Business Case for DevOps
    Panel: The Business Case for DevOps Andrew Fong, Director of Engineering, Dropbox, Matthew Sokol – Principal Software Engineer, Staples Digital Solutions Recorded: Jan 24 2018 42 mins
    What is the real value that organizations get from undergoing a DevOps transformation? Join us as industry experts and IT leaders discuss actual DevOps implementations, and their value to the customer, the business, and the team, in dollars, time, and satisfaction. We’ll explore the key metrics that you should use to measure for building a strong case for DevOps.
  • The Future of DevOps
    The Future of DevOps Adam Jacob, Co-Founder & CTO, Chef Recorded: Jan 24 2018 39 mins
    What does the future hold for the world of DevOps? Implementing DevOps means changing the technology system as well as the cultural system. Both are intertwined and, to be successful, both systems must evolve to drive velocity. Learning how to manage and lead by giving people context and information to make better decisions—versus giving them tickets or briefs—is how leaders and teams will thrive.
  • Fireside Chat: Deliveroo
    Fireside Chat: Deliveroo Amy Harms, Engineering Manager, Deliveroo, Jennifer Tejada, CEO, PagerDuty Recorded: Jan 24 2018 13 mins
    London-based global company Deliveroo brings world’s local restaurants into everyone’s home or office - fast. The organization and all its people operate and work passionately to enable its customers to order amazing food from the best loved local restaurants, as well as work with hundreds of restaurant chains and top quality independents to deliver food to homes or offices. While servicing 12 countries across 150 cities and placing customers at the forefront of what they do, Deliveroo operates fully in the cloud, 24x7, and with DevOps built into its operational DNA.

    Discover how Amy Harms and her Platform Engineering team embrace challenges as they relate to digital operations including the importance of orchestrating people across the entire business and numerous functions to handle major business-impacting incidents. Explore how to take good incident management to another level and learn more about a company that has evolved two parallel sides of the business while keeping them tightly integrated. Learn how you can communicate more effectively where it matters to improve your digital operations, as well as, broaden your assessment of business implications to improve overall business health.

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