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The Automated Enterprise: Transforming IT Ops to Support Modern Business

IT operations teams are increasingly challenged to deliver scalable, on-demand infrastructure and services to support developers, lines of business, and C-level initiatives - all while still ensuring security, compliance, reliability / and at timeframes once unimaginable.
Faced with this, successful IT operations teams recognize that they need to adopt a new approach and modern, unified management and automation tools to remain relevant and effectively support business outcomes.
Join Justin Nemmers, General Manager of Ansible, Red Hat, to learn how automation is at the center of IT operations transformation for your organization.

Justin Nemmers, Red Hat® Ansible Automation General Manager, has spent a career helping organizations transform their IT environments by adopting new technologies and making better use of existing ones. Before joining Red Hat and leading a large services team, he held technical, sales, marketing, and product leadership roles at a number of organizations.
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