Prod or it Didn’t Happen: The Value of Getting Code Into Production

Presented by

Sarah Musto, TEI Consultant, Forrester Consulting and Kyle Campos, SVP of SaaS Ops, Smarsh

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For all the talk of digital transformation, most organizations still struggle to get new code released into production. In fact, according to a Forrester survey of developers, 60% of respondents stated they release applications twice a year or less. How is software going to transform your business if it only changes twice a year? It turns out that getting software into production frequently benefits business in a number of ways. Developers are more productive. Revenue-generating applications get features to generate more revenue. Security patches are less disruptive and downtime costs decrease. In a recent study, commissioned by Pivotal (now part of VMware), Forrester Consulting quantified many of these types of improvements in a Total Economic Impact™ Study of Pivotal Platform (now part of VMware Tanzu). In this webinar, you’ll learn about the stringent methodology used by Forrester Consulting to calculate a 142% three year ROI for Pivotal Platform from our guest speaker Sarah Musto of Forrester Consulting. You’ll also hear best practices from Kyle Campos, SVP of SaaS Ops at Smarsh. Check out the recent study here: *The Total Economic Impact™ Of Pivotal Cloud Foundry, a December 2019 commissioned study conducted by Forrester Consulting on behalf of Pivotal.

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