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What does the workplace of the future look like?

Dropbox, Twitter, and Shopify have confirmed their employees will continue to work from home as long as they want, according to Forbes, while companies like Amazon, Zillow, and Target have put hard dates to mark the end of their remote-first policies. And when Microsoft offices reopen, it will be in a hybrid model, allowing employees to work from home less than 50% of the working week.

Which of these models will ultimately win out? It’s important to understand because many employees across the country are assuming they are no longer bound to a specific location, and instead are electing to move to a more desirable location whether it be for better taxes, closer to family, or just a generally better quality of life.

With all of this uncertainty, it’s difficult to know where the workplace of the future will be. So, we’ve invited top agile & DevOps leaders to give their take on where the workplace is heading in 2021 and what they’ve learned from 2020. They’ll share what’s worked, what hasn’t worked, and what they’re hearing from other agile and DevOps leaders.

Check out this webinar to learn:

- If the office as we know it done for good?
- How agile and DevOps orgs remain effective while distributed.
- How many leaders expect their teams to return to the office, how many aren’t bringing their teams back, how many are taking a wait-and-see approach.
- Are hybrid home and office workplaces the way of the future?
- The role tools and processes play in enabling your remote teams in 2021.
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    George Spalding, Executive VP, Pink Elephant  | Ben Sapp, Insights Architect, Digital.ai
    In today’s agile business world, you might assume that ITIL’s rigid approach method is outdated. However, the cost to this agility is often complexity …. while DevOps can eliminate many simple types of incidents, teams are often left to deal with ever changing new types of issues. No wonder, the initial days of DevOps can feel like the wild west.

    How can DevOps teams benefit from the structure and discipline of ITIL? And, how can applying AIOps techniques, like Change Risk Prediction, help your teams make quick decisions on where to invest their limited time and effort?

    Learn how recent advances in AI-powered analytics can help you adopt ITIL best practices and ensure DevOps success. Join guest speaker George Spalding, Pink Elephant Executive VP, and Ben Sapp, Digital.ai Insights Architect, to learn how:

    - ITSM best practices can drive DevOps success
    - The role of Change & Release Management can drive DevOps consistency and resilience
    - To optimize the role of Development teams in Incident and Problem Management
    - AI techniques like Machine Learning and Natural Language Processing can drive reduced change failure and improved incident MTTR
  • How to Achieve Resilient & High Velocity IT Ops through AI-powered Analyticst Mar 2 2021 5:00 pm UTC 55 mins
    Troy DuMoulin, VP Research & Development, Pink Elephant | Joe Foley, Insights Architect, Digital.ai
    If our current global crisis has taught us anything, it is that the organizations that will succeed are the ones who can be agile and adapt to constant change.

    During this time of transformation, organizations are relying on IT to deploy digital engagement platforms and applications at increasing speed, while at the same time requiring stable operations and increased availability. At the same time, while high availability is an expectation of digital services, it is a reality of life that, in the face of volatility, complex systems have inherent flaws that will inevitably cause service disruption.

    How can ITIL 4 High Velocity IT paired with AI-powered analytics help you continuously adapt?

    Join our special guest Troy DuMoulin, VP R&D at Pink Elephant and member of the global ITIL 4 architect team and co-author on the ITIL 4 Foundation publication, and Joe Foley, Insights Architect at Digital.ai, as they discuss the latest techniques and experiences of organizations like yours.

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    - Use AIOps techniques in incident and problem management to improve service resiliency
    - Use Natural Language Processing to keep your incident responders productive and reduce minor incident volume
    - Mitigate the risk of major incidents & better predict change failure with Machine Learning
  • Changing Culture with Digital Transformation - featuring Bret Piontek from Levi Recorded: Feb 25 2021 53 mins
    Derek Holt, General Manager of Agile & DevOps at Digital.ai
    Join us for this Tech Talk featuring Bret Piontek, Enterprise Agile Coach at the Data and AI Division of Levi’s, where he will share his insights on how Digital.ai’s solutions helped Levi’s business stay strong despite impacts of COVID-19. During this conversation we will discuss the following questions:


    What challenges did Levi’s face due to COVID-19?
    How has digital transformation at Levi's changed the culture of the company?
    How did Digital.ai’s solutions enable Levi's to adapt and thrive in the changing times?
    What challenges still remain and what is next on the horizon for Levi's?
    What should businesses consider who may be struggling to adjust to the new normal?

    Join us for this online meetup and learn how Digital.ai's solutions helped Levi’s thrive in the face of the challenges of COVID-19.
  • Inside ITSM and DevOps in 2021 Recorded: Feb 18 2021 59 mins
    Panel of Experts
    The relationship between ITSM and DevOps has been described as both a match made in heaven and a significant culture clash. However your business sees it, it’s clear that in 2021 businesses need to be firmly on board with both in order to create a winning digital employee experience and deliver to customers efficiently and quickly.

    Join this expert panel, where DevOps and ITSM leaders share how ITSM and DevOps can work together to achieve superior outcomes. They’ll discuss:

    - Why it’s important that, in the words of opensource.com, DevOps and ITSM ‘call a truce’ - and how this can be done
    - Why it’s crucial teams focus more on collaboration and outcomes rather than processes and outputs
    - Lessons learned from pitting ITSM and DevOps against one another, and how they can transform business cultures - and bottom lines
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  • Mastering DevOps with AI Powered Change Risk Prediction Recorded: Feb 16 2021 48 mins
    Amit Shah, Product Director, Numerify
    In the era of DevOps, IT leaders are under constant pressure to be more responsive to changing business needs. However, the cost of failed IT changes can be high. While you may know that some deployed changes will fail, what you often don’t know is which ones — until it’s too late. In fact, a recent Gartner study estimates that 80% of major incidents are change-related. Finally, new approaches are breaking through, based on a rigorous application of Machine Learning (ML) and predictive analytics.

    How can you reduce change risk while retaining the agility of DevOps?

    Learn how to apply AI / ML techniques to increase your systems’ stability while delivering the speed of innovation your customers expect.

    In this webinar Amit Shah, Numerify's Product Director, will share how you can:

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    • Find and eliminate the systemic causes of change failure across people, process, and technology
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  • Application Security in the Rapid Digital Transformation Age: 2021 Threatscape Recorded: Feb 11 2021 55 mins
    Paul Dant, Vice President of Security, Digital.ai
    From mobile banking, to healthcare, and retail, consumers are adopting web and mobile app technologies greater than ever. As applications evolve and organizations embrace digital transformation to generate new revenue streams, most still aren’t doing enough to protect against bad actors that may compromise sensitive data or intellectual property.

    Achieving a finite balance between a delightful customer experience and the security of mobile and web applications can be challenging.

    In this webinar, we’ll share:

    - How digital transformation is affecting the application security landscape
    - How to develop web and mobile applications with designed-in security
    - How to integrate application protection into existing DevOps processes


    Paul is a Digital.ai’s Vice President of Product Management for security products. Paul has performed offensive security testing of facilities ranging from nuclear energy plants to hospitals. At Digital.ai, Paul helps organizations better understand and address the inherent challenges around making software secure.
  • Build Better Apps with a Low-Code Development Approach Recorded: Feb 10 2021 45 mins
    Guy Arieli, CTO Digital.ai (Formerly Experitest)
    Businesses are adopting DevOps at increasing speed to enhance their digital transformation. For a large scale digital transformation to be successful business, development, and IT teams must work together to meet these demands. It should be simple when you consider that they both want the same thing.

    Low-Code development is becoming a popular way to accomplish this in tandem with DevOps. Accelerating change is easier than ever with low-code development which is visual, simple to use, and collaborative. With a low-code development platform, IT teams are seeing their capabilities increase. It also adds up to greater product innovation and an increase in agility. The result is better quality and faster app release velocity. That does not mean that traditional pro-coding is dead.

    In this webinar, Guy Arieli discusses the challenges and opportunities of low-code platforms compared to pro-coding. He also shows how enterprises use Low-Code development to build new apps, extend legacy ones, and test them in order to achieve their digital transformation goals.

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    -The emergence of Low-Code development platforms
    -How enterprises are using Low-Code and DevOps in tandem
    -The Pros and Cons of Low-Code versus Pro-Code development
    -A demo of SeeTest’s integration with Low-Code development platforms
  • Panel Discussion: Strategies for Breach Prevention & Response Recorded: Feb 10 2021 59 mins
    Panelist Companies: FINCA Microfinance Bank, RedSeal, BlueCycle, Aldermore Bank, and Digital.ai.
    In 2019, the United States had 1,473 data breaches with over 164.68 million sensitive records exposed. In the first half of 2020, there were 540 reported data breaches, according to Statistica. What can we apply from 2020? How can enterprises better protect against a data breach in 2021? Hear from the experts and learn the best practices around faster breach detection and response.

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    - Types of attacks enterprises need to prepare for
    - Threat modeling and risk management
    - Best in class solutions and recommendations for security teams
    - Staying sane in the SOC and strategies for dealing with stress and alert fatigue

    Panelists:
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    JP Bourget, President, BlueCycle, and Entrepreneur in Residence at Lytical Ventures
    Mike Lloyd, CTO at RedSeal
    Ste Watts, Head of Security Operations at Aldermore Bank
    Matt Clemens, Senior Director of Field Security Engineering at Digital.ai
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    Application Programming Interfaces (APIs) have become the essential building blocks fueling financial services, digital transformation, open banking, and mobile commerce. Today, API traffic constitutes a dominant percentage of all internet traffic. Despite the crucial role played by APIs in our lives and the success of companies both large and small, awareness of the security risks to APIs remains very low among applications developers, security professionals, and digital transformation specialists.

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  • Demystify the DevOps Landscape with the Periodic Table of DevOps Tools & DevOps Recorded: Feb 2 2021 58 mins
    Scott Erlanger, Dir. Product Marketing - Digital.ai | Brian Foster , Enterprise Architect - Digital.ai
    Does it seem like there’s a new DevOps tool available every day? Knowing which tools are most effective for your pipeline is challenging and time consuming. This challenge is why we created the FREE Digital.ai Periodic Table of DevOps Tools and the DevOps Diagram Generator.

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  • What does the workplace of the future look like? Recorded: Jan 26 2021 59 mins
    Derek Holt, General Manager of Agile & DevOps at Digital.ai
    Dropbox, Twitter, and Shopify have confirmed their employees will continue to work from home as long as they want, according to Forbes, while companies like Amazon, Zillow, and Target have put hard dates to mark the end of their remote-first policies. And when Microsoft offices reopen, it will be in a hybrid model, allowing employees to work from home less than 50% of the working week.

    Which of these models will ultimately win out? It’s important to understand because many employees across the country are assuming they are no longer bound to a specific location, and instead are electing to move to a more desirable location whether it be for better taxes, closer to family, or just a generally better quality of life.

    With all of this uncertainty, it’s difficult to know where the workplace of the future will be. So, we’ve invited top agile & DevOps leaders to give their take on where the workplace is heading in 2021 and what they’ve learned from 2020. They’ll share what’s worked, what hasn’t worked, and what they’re hearing from other agile and DevOps leaders.

    Check out this webinar to learn:

    - If the office as we know it done for good?
    - How agile and DevOps orgs remain effective while distributed.
    - How many leaders expect their teams to return to the office, how many aren’t bringing their teams back, how many are taking a wait-and-see approach.
    - Are hybrid home and office workplaces the way of the future?
    - The role tools and processes play in enabling your remote teams in 2021.
  • Protecting Mobile Apps and APIs from the Inside Out Recorded: Dec 30 2020 61 mins
    Paul Dant, Vice President of Product Management, Security at Digital.ai
    From mobile banking to telemedicine to ecommerce, consumers are relying on web and mobile apps more than ever before. But as organizations become even more dependent on the revenue these apps generate, most still aren’t doing enough to protect applications against attacks that can compromise data or lead to fraud.

    Given the threat surface that applications expose, balancing the need for engaging customer experiences with robustly securing web and mobile applications and their underlying APIs can be a struggle for even the most technologically savvy enterprises.

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    - How to integrate application protection into existing DevOps processes
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    Derek Holt
    Written in 2001 the Agile Manifesto states that in-person interactions are the most effective way to facilitate communication. As technologies and connectivity have evolved, so has the ability for teams to work in different ways. Successful organizations are embracing these new ways of working and reaping tremendous benefits as a result.

    Since 2001 it’s become more and more common for team members to be geographically dispersed to the extent that throughout 2020 most teams have been working remote. We have found that not all remote teams perform at the same level, in addition it’s clear there are teams that are working even better remote while others are struggling to cope. With the recent pandemic, it has forced a new way of thinking and working making it critical that agile teams not only survive but thrive during this workplace transition.

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    • Steps your organization can take to boost engagement and build positive culture
  • The Importance of App Security in the Securitization of DevOps Recorded: Dec 1 2020 57 mins
    Paul Dant, Vice President of Product Management, Security at Digital.ai
    DevSecOps is a popular buzzword in the DevOps ecosystem. Understanding why people care about DevSecOps is simple - It extends DevOps processes into software security. The goal of DevSecOps is to build the mindset that everyone is responsible for security — and that security needs to be built into the development process, rather than as a perimeter around apps and data.

    In practice, implementing DevSecOps is problematic, with no single button that can be pushed to achieve DevSecOps. Nor is there a specific tool that can be acquired or particular process to follow.
    Achieving DevSecOps requires a revisiting of existing DevOps processes and IT resources, then designing a comprehensive strategy that integrates application security into all of them.

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    • Understanding how to achieve the perfect balance on the DevSecOps 'shift-left' approach
    • Application security and its importance in DevSecOps processes
  • Accessibility Testing: Ensure Superior Digital Experiences For All Customers Recorded: Dec 1 2020 42 mins
    Guy Arieli, CTO Digital.ai (Formerly Experitest)
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    -How to efficiently implement performance and accessibility testing as part of your app testing plan
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    For years we’ve heard the DevOps community asking, “how do I get business leadership on board?” At the same time, we’ve heard business leaders asking, “how can we get insight into the software development process?” The answer – for both DevOps and business leaders – lies in integrating the development process and its underlying data – with strategic and operational processes. By bringing these processes together, business leaders have the insights they need to make informed decisions, DevOps teams are able to create better products, and everyone is focused on the same outcome: providing customer value.

    Watch this webinar with DevOps Enthusiast Gene Kim and Digital.ai Chief Customer Experience Officer T.j. Randall for an in-depth discussion on how organizations can build an integration strategy that aligns data, teams, and processes to drive better business outcomes.
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    Many organizations find their team-level agile processes hit a point where it becomes difficult to understand the value these teams are delivering to the organization. Leadership teams may not have the visibility they need to make informed decisions, Scrum teams are not able to share learnings, and the company may find it difficult to adapt to meet the needs of the market.

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    The difference between scaling up and scaling out, when it comes to agile
    Why it's so important to scale agile
    Challenges to scaling agile up and across the organization, as well as steps you can take to attack these challenges
    How you can do all of this without having to replace your current agile tool
  • Web Application Security and the API’s They Rely On Recorded: Nov 13 2020 37 mins
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    API Security is has grown to an incredibly broad topic. In the web application realm, front end applications are delineated from backend systems. A recent study shows a tremendous increase in the number of APIs, with 83% of web traffic today consisting of API traffic. Protecting web apps against malicious browser extensions and trojan attacks is crucial to protecting app data - web app and API vulnerabilities protection requires comprehensive client code protection.

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    Cómo complementar la potencia de los contenedores con las necesidades de escalabilidad, control y gobierno de tu organización.

    Las nuevas tecnologías de contenedores y sus plataformas de ejecución (donde Kubernetes ha ganado claramente la batalla) han hecho posible la popularización de las arquitecturas basadas en microservicios y han facilitado la distribución y despliegue de software.

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    Los menos jóvenes, recordarán aquel eslogan publicitario de mediados de los 90: “Power is nothing without control”. Más de 25 años después, podríamos aplicar esa acertada frase a los contenedores. Y es que, efectivamente, muchas organizaciones han comenzado a descubrir que la potencia de los contenedores y Kubernetes no sirve de nada (o de bien poco) sin control y gobernabilidad, capacidades fundamentales para que el uso de una plataforma sea escalable a toda la organización.

    Algunas preguntas que podemos plantearnos pueden ser:

    ¿Cómo puedo controlar quién puede desplegar una nueva versión de nuestra imagen en cada entorno?

    ¿Cómo puedo obtener automáticamente informes de auditoría de quién cambió o desplegó una imagen o un recurso, cómo, dónde, cuándo y por qué?

    ¿Cómo puedo gestionar las dependencias de manera automática y sincronizar la entrega de microservicios a un entorno?

    ¿Cómo puedo asegurar que se cumple con los procesos de entrega definidos y que se han superado todas las validaciones de calidad y seguridad exigidas?

    Si estás adoptando estas nuevas y poderosas tecnologías pero te comienza a preocupar la potencia sin control, te recomendamos que asistas a este webinar gratuito y práctico, en el que mostraremos cómo nuestra plataforma DevOps da respuesta a todos estos problemas y muchos más.
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