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DevOps and the Cloud: Achieving Faster Application Delivery

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Bernard Golden, Vice President of Strategy, ActiveState
Today, developers and business units are leading the charge to cloud computing. The primary driver: Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS), providing faster access to computing resources by automating infrastructure provisioning. However, fast access to infrastructure exposes the next friction point: creating, delivering, and operating applications much faster.

Join this webinar to learn how you can leverage DevOps, service catalogs and frameworks to achieve the true goal of IT: delivering increased business value through applications.

Areas addressed include:

- Application lifecycle automation
- Self-provisioning of cloud services by users and business units
- Your DevOps solution: Build vs. buy
- Organizational requirements to integrate development and operations
- Typical benefits from development and operations integration

About the speaker:
Named in Wired.com as one of the ten most influential people in cloud computing, Bernard Golden has extensive experience working with organizations to help them adopt and integrate cloud computing effectively. He is the author or co-author of four books on virtualization, including Virtualization for Dummies – the most popular book on the topic ever published – and Amazon Web Services for Dummies. Bernard is also the cloud computing advisor for CIO Magazine, where his highly respected blog is read by tens of thousands of people each month.
Aug 14 2014
56 mins
DevOps and the Cloud: Achieving Faster Application Delivery
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