Gartner IOM Summit: UC4 Presents on Application Release Automation

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Wesley Pullen, Vice President Global ARA Technologies for UC4,
Wesley Pullen, Vice President Global ARA Technologies for UC4, presented at Gartner's IT Infrastructure and Operations Management Summit on June 13, 2012, in Frankfurt, Germany. In his session, "Application Release Automation for DevOps: End-to-End Visibility, Control and Agility," Mr. Pullen discusses how traditional application release processes, based on running scripts or manual updates, expose companies to risks of non-compliance with a host of industry and government regulations (e.g. HIPAA, Dodd Frank and Basel II/III) and how new and unique release automation technologies address these challenges.
Jun 27 2012
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Gartner IOM Summit: UC4 Presents on Application Release Automation
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