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APM for Performance Testers Webinar & Dynatrace Demo​

We’re committed to helping you minimize performance testing headaches. How? By pairing performance testing with application performance management (APM).

To help you explore the synergy between these two performance-boosting activities, we hosted a demo of a top APM solution — Dynatrace. It’s one of Gartner’s two top picks in the APM marketplace.

Still on the fence? Consider this. Your competition is already using this approach.

They’re the firms you are reading about; the ones who are rooting out defects, infrastructure weaknesses, and system bottlenecks more quickly — and releasing high-quality code faster and at a lower TCO.

Who wouldn’t want that?
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Alex Darby: APM Services Manager Orasi, Alex Weiss: Solution Architect Orasi, Todd Williams: Account Executive – APM
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  • Shifting Left with Open Source Governance Mar 31 2021 5:00 pm UTC 56 mins
    Rick Dunnam: Client Partner Saltworks Security, Maury Cupitt: VP of Solutions Architecture Sonatype
    Open Source components are the new normal in software development teams, as today’s modern enterprise applications are 85% Open Source.

    Though they have the potential to accelerate innovation, Open Source components can also cause a host of issues when used in a development lifecycle without proper sourcing and management.

    With 1 in 10 open source components containing a known vulnerability, using them improperly can lead to detrimental vulnerabilities, risks, rework, and waste in the long run.

    Sonatype exists to unite software developers, security professionals, and IT operations. Alongside partners Orasi and Saltworks, they empower teams to continuously and remediate open source risk, without slowing down production.

    Learn how this partnership between Orasi, Saltworks, (Orasi’s joint-venture dedicated to building world-class Application Security programs), and Sonatype can help you and your enterprise, in an upcoming webinar.

    Join us to hear how Orasi, Saltworks, and Sonatype’s powerful services and solutions can:
    - Shift development culture to the left by securing the building blocks of your applications at their foundations
    - Monitor which components are being used by development teams in
    the earliest stages of development, preventing the usage of insecure
    components that might cause backtracking and slowdown in
    production, later down the road
    - Create a Software Bill of Materials for your teams, showing which
    exact open source components are inside your applications and
    providing documentation that can be used for compliance and
    regulations
  • Make Your Online Training Interactive and Engaging Using OrasiLabs Mar 24 2021 4:00 pm UTC 43 mins
    Joe Schulz: VP, Emerging Technology Orasi
    In his previous webinars, Joe Schulz, VP Emerging Technology at Orasi Software and Training Evangelist, described his “7 Essentials” for turning boring, presentation-based online training into interactive, hands-on training that drives student retention.

    In this webinar, Joe will expand on that topic and discuss the technology needed to make this happen. Using real-world examples, he’ll demonstrate how to quickly setup and deliver an online class with OrasiLabs, one of the industry leading platforms for training lab environments. He’ll also talk about how OrasiLabs can be used standalone or in conjunction with a Learning Management System (LMS).

    Primary Takeaways
    • 7 Essentials to make online training interactive and engaging
    • Technology platforms needed for each stage of the class lifecycle
    • OrasiLabs functionality overview and demonstration
  • Best Practices for Securing Applications, Containers & Platforms Recorded: Feb 25 2021 62 mins
    Dennis Hurst: Founder & CEO, Saltworks, an Orasi Company
    In order to build and run applications securely there are key architectural components that need to be in place. Without infrastructure components like proper encryption; standard authentication methods; and logging standards, developers are challenged to build secure applications. Without proper pre-production testing and event logging/analysis knowing if an application is under attack and should you worry when it is becomes virtually impossible. With the advent of containers and the ability to scale application across different platforms the problem only gets compounded.

    This session will present the key architectural components your company should have in place that will allow you to build, run and monitor applications more securely.
  • Fortify 20.2 in the Day-to-Day of an Application Security Program Recorded: Feb 25 2021 50 mins
    Jimmy Rabon & Rick Smith: Product Management for Micro Focus Fortify, Dennis Hurst: Founder & President of Saltworks Security
    How do the new features and functions of Fortify 20.2 affect daily users and their Application Security programs as a whole? The Saltworks Security and Micro Focus teams are coming together on this webinar hosted by Orasi Software to discuss Fortify 20.2 from a holistic program perspective.

    Saltworks Security is an Application Security consulting company, partnering with organizations to build and mature world-class AppSec programs from Policy to Production. Because a core part of AppSec services involves partnering with customers to deploy and optimize the use of Fortify, we have a day-to-day view on how users are leveraging Fortify 20.2 in their enterprises’ development life cycles.

    Saltworks and Micro Focus have worked together over the years as partners alongside Orasi Software, Saltworks’ sister company and DevOps expert. Join Jimmy Rabon and Rick Smith, Directors of Product Management for Micro Focus Fortify and Dennis Hurst, Founder and President of Saltworks Security, for an interactive discussion on how Fortify 20.2 is benefiting AppSec programs and SDLC processes from a holistic, Policy-to-Production perspective.
  • How AI is Revolutionizing Functional Testing Recorded: Feb 9 2021 45 mins
    Timothy Leach: Senior Solutions Architect Orasi, Mason Henry: Solution Architect Micro Focus
    Many believe test automation improves the speed and reliability of any continuous delivery pipeline and yet, fewer than 19% of organizations fully automate their testing.

    What is the solution? Micro Focus, leading global enterprise software company, and Orasi, DevSecOps innovator, will explore the role of Artificial Intelligence (AI) in increasing automation coverage in our upcoming free roundtable.

    Join Orasi's Tim Leach, Senior Solutions Architect, and Micro Focus' Mason Henry, Solution Architect, as they explore the following hot topics:

    • Keeping up with the speed of application changes across multiple devices and platforms.
    • Reducing the cost of building and maintaining automation assets.
    • How Micro Focus is using Artificial Intelligence to deliver revolutionary advances in functional testing.
  • There’s an API for Everything: Continuous Compute Recorded: Jan 28 2021 61 mins
    Terry Brennan, Managing Director, Orasi Software, Inc.
    The Impact of the Move to Continuous and Automation on Compute and Infrastructure

    The impact of the business need for faster cycles and increasing flexibility is driving DevOps and lean ideas throughout the IT value stream. This has significant meaning for the compute / infrastructure side of the world. We will explore how automation, “as code”, shifting left, and other DevOps concepts are driving change into the IT value stream, driving an API revolution, and impacting the infrastructure world. We will explore the idea of Continuous Compute to address the new requirements being placed on today’s infrastructure and supporting organizations.

    • The Changing Landscape – It’s a revolution front to back
    o Introduction
    o Cycles and Innovation
    o Changing the Value Stream
    o DevOps Impact

    • Ephemeral – Here today, gone tomorrow
    o Managing a Dynamic World
    o Automation
    o Integration
    o “As Code”
    o APIs

    • Shifting Left – Moving on up
    o Asset Capacity
    o Capacity
    o Change
    o Monitoring

    • Continuous Compute – The Infrastructure of tomorrow
    o It’s a Hybrid World
    o Continuous Compute
    o Keeping It Together
  • Controlling Cloud Cost – It’s Cheaper right? Recorded: Jan 19 2021 61 mins
    Terry Brennan: Managing Director Orasi, Ravi Lachhman: Harness Technical Evangelist
    Many companies are trying to make or have made the shift to the cloud. It sounds so promising and simple. They are shifting existing footprints to a cloud provider or even multiple providers. No more waiting on servers to arrive that must be racked and stacked. No more ever increasing capital investment in infrastructure that seems to be obsolete the next month.

    However, as organizations are transitioning, they are realizing their cloud cost is going through the roof and they do not have the discipline or visibility in place to control and manage the cost effectively.

    Join us to explore ways to:
    • Start your cloud journey with a solid foundation
    • Create the ongoing discipline to manage cloud cost effectively
    • Technical tricks for lowering cost
    • Softer side tricks for maturing cloud cost capabilities
    • Leverage Continuous Efficiency from Harness to connect DevOps to Cloud Cost
  • Mission Possible: Achieving Continuous Delivery ROI in 30 days! Recorded: Jan 14 2021 49 mins
    Richard White: Managing Director Orasi, Ravi Lachhman: Harness Technical Evangelist
    While many areas of the DevOps landscape have matured over the past decade, such as CI, IAC and Testing, the approach to CD has been predominantly addressed in a tactical patchwork method by extending surrounding CI tools to drive CD workflow. Today, there is a better solution.

    Orasi is an industry leader in helping companies build DevOps strategies and deliver the resulting solutions that maximize ROI. Please join Orasi and Harness to discuss the following:

    - How Continuous Delivery-As-A-Service fits your DevOps pipeline
    - Transforming expectations for delivering CD from months to weeks
    - Making complex deployments simple
    - How clients are realizing improvements in speed and frequency in CD and achieving ROI
  • Orchestrating DevOps: Integrating DevOps Metrics Analysis Recorded: Jan 12 2021 29 mins
    Joe Schulz: VP, Emerging Technology Orasi
    Application development is rarely a “one-and-done” endeavor; rather, applications are constantly evolving. Metrics enable organizations to determine areas for improvement, as well as areas of opportunity within their process. Yet tracking metrics and utilizing them to make informed decisions can be challenging. Give us one hour of your time and we’ll show you how to take full advantage of DevOps metrics!

    This webinar introduces the final stage of our Continuous DevOps Flow Integration process. In this final session, we:
    • Briefly review the process and first three stages
    • Discuss how to capture and utilize full-lifecycle DevOps metrics
    • Demonstrate DevOps dashboards using ConnectALL and Tableau

    In this session, you will learn how to:
    • Provide “automatic metrics” through toolchain automation and integration
    • Save time and money by capturing metrics as a byproduct of automation
    • Increase time to market with insight into bottlenecks and wait states
    • Provide higher value/quality deliverables with real-time communication and measurement throughout the organization
    • Improve deliverable value by engaging customers throughout the process
  • Orchestrating DevOps: Integrating Test Management Recorded: Dec 10 2020 27 mins
    Joe Schulz: VP, Emerging Technology Orasi
    For all software applications, testing is critical to ensure that the product both works as designed and meets customer expectations. In a DevOps environment, testing should be incorporated throughout each sprint, ensuring that QA progress is tracked against customer requests, defects are properly logged, and customers are notified of the progress of their requests. Just one hour of your time can reap hours of benefits.

    This webinar introduces the third stage of our Continuous DevOps Flow Integration process. In this session, we:
    • Briefly review the process and first two stages
    • Explore how to integrate QA planning and testing into the process
    • Demonstrate the JIRA to Micro Focus ALM integration

    In this session, you will learn how to:
    • Automate QA integration for sprint planning
    • Increase agility with real-time communication
    • Avoid missed deadlines and wasted time
    • Provide customer-facing organizations direct access to development priorities and progress
  • DevOps/ITSM Continuous Operations: The sum is greater than the parts Recorded: Dec 3 2020 47 mins
    Terry Brennan, Managing Director, Orasi
    It can feel like DevOps and ITSM are from different ends of the universe. However, to achieve ultimate success in either, they must be part of the same world. We will explore how DevOps and ITSM fit together and need each other to achieve true continuous flow that will drive the successful organizations of the future.

    In this webinar we will cover:
    - Alien Worlds (DevOps, ITSM and Lean)
    - Continuous (meaning in DevOps/ITSM worlds)
    - Connecting Points (building the bridge for DevOps and ITSM)
    - Marrying DevOps/ITSM
  • Orchestrating DevOps: Integrating Development Management Recorded: Nov 17 2020 17 mins
    Joe Schulz: VP Emerging, Technology Orasi
    In a successful DevOps process, organizations must first listen to their customers, then determine how best to integrate customer requests into development to deliver against expectations. This means prioritizing workload, defining releases, recording work against requests, and most importantly reporting progress to customers. In just one hour, you will learn how to integrate development management into the DevOps process!

    This webinar introduces the second stage of a Continuous DevOps Flow Integration process that incorporates every step from customer to code. In this session, we:
    • Briefly review the process and first stage
    • Explore how to integrate development planning and code into the process
    • Demonstrate the JIRA to Azure DevOps integration

    In this session, you will learn how to:
    • Automate development integration for sprint planning
    • Increase agility with real-time communication
    • Avoid missed deadlines and wasted time
    • Provide customer-facing organizations direct access to development priorities and progress
  • Best Practices for Securing Applications, Containers & Platforms Recorded: Nov 12 2020 63 mins
    Dennis Hurst: Founder & CEO, Saltworks, an Orasi Company
    In order to build and run applications securely there are key architectural components that need to be in place. Without infrastructure components like proper encryption, standard authentication methods and logging standards developers are challenged to build secure applications. Without proper pre-production testing and event logging / analysis knowing if an application is under attack and should you worry when it is becomes virtually impossible. With the advent of containers and the ability to scale application across different platforms the problem only gets compounded.


    This session will present the key architectural components your company should have in place that will allow you to build, run and monitor applications more securely.
  • Make Your Online Training Interactive and Engaging Using OrasiLabs Recorded: Nov 11 2020 44 mins
    Joe Schulz: VP, Emerging Technology Orasi
    In his previous webinars, Joe Schulz, VP Emerging Technology at Orasi Software and Training Evangelist, described his “7 Essentials” for turning boring, presentation-based online training into interactive, hands-on training that drives student retention.

    In this webinar, Joe will expand on that topic and discuss the technology needed to make this happen. Using real-world examples, he’ll demonstrate how to quickly setup and deliver an online class with OrasiLabs, one of the industry leading platforms for training lab environments. He’ll also talk about how OrasiLabs can be used standalone or in conjunction with a Learning Management System (LMS).

    Primary Takeaways
    • 7 Essentials to make online training interactive and engaging
    • Technology platforms needed for each stage of the class lifecycle
    • OrasiLabs functionality overview and demonstration
  • Key Things To Know Before Moving Your Tableau Virtual Training Online Recorded: Oct 29 2020 38 mins
    Joe Schulz: VP, Emerging Technology Orasi, & Training Evangelist
    Are you moving your onsite training to virtual, online classes? Do you provide hands-on software training? If so, there are 7 essential things you need to know before you deliver your class online, including things to do before class, during class, and after class.

    For each, we’ll discuss best practices and provide templates to make your class relevant and effective. Learn from our experience so that your instructors are more efficient and your students are more satisfied!
  • 7 Essentials for Virtual Software Training Recorded: Oct 27 2020 59 mins
    Joe Schulz, Training Evangelist, OrasiLabs, a division of Orasi Software
    Are you moving your on-site training to virtual classes? Do you provide hands-on software training? If so, there are seven essential things you need to know before you deliver your class online, including things to do before, during, and after class. For each, we’ll describe best practices and provide templates to make your training relevant and effective. Learn from our experience so that your instructors are more efficient and your students are more satisfied.

    During this webcast you will learn:

    • Virtualized environments designed from reusable templates dramatically reduce the effort and cost to deploy hands-on software training classes.
    • Using dedicated labs with content designed for online learning eliminates complexity for students and increases their knowledge retention.
    • Instructors can be more effective by employing interactive technology with over-the-shoulder remote viewing and integrated student assistance features.
  • DataOps Best Practices for Hybrid Cloud App Dev Recorded: Oct 21 2020 44 mins
    Alberto Sigismondi: Principal Product Manager Delphix, Doug Smith: Director, Cloud & Technology Alliances Delphix
    Cloud services play an increasingly critical role in helping companies accelerate innovation.

    Application teams can optimize around automated and repeatable software delivery processes, re-architecting IT procedures for a highly flexible infrastructure, and establishing the foundation for future cloud migration and adoption.

    But what happens when your code is agile, but your data is not? Feeding and refreshing test data for cloud-based test environments from an on-prem production instance is harder than you think.

    This webinar from Orasi partner, Delphix, outlines real-world challenges and best practices to achieve data agility when application development is in the cloud and production remains on-premises. The partnership of Delphix, industry leader in DataOps, and Orasi, DevSecOps innovator, enables mutual customers to transform their businesses for today’s digital, data-centric world.
  • Orchestrating DevOps Integrating Customer Request Management Recorded: Oct 15 2020 26 mins
    Joe Schulz: VP Emerging, Technology Orasi
    The voice of the customer rules all, but in DevOps, the challenge is finding the balance between time spent communicating with customers and time spent creating value. Give us one hour of your time and we can help you find that balance!

    This webinar will introduce you to the first stage of a Continuous DevOps Flow Integration process that incorporates every step from customer to code. In this first session, we:
    • Introduce you to the process and explore how to integrate customer requests into the development planning process
    • Demonstrate the ServiceNow to JIRA integration

    In this session, you will learn how to:
    • Automate incorporating customer feedback directly into development planning
    • Provide customer-facing organizations direct access into development priorities and progress
    • Avoid expensive (and boring) status meetings and telephone calls
    • Keep your customers updated about how you’re providing value to them
  • [Panel] What Does DevOps Mean to the Business in 2020? Recorded: Oct 7 2020 58 mins
    Panel of experts
    The role of the IT department has changed in recent years and is more aligned with the business than ever. In 2020, as DevOps matures, what does this mean for the role of DevOps and Agile in delivering business outcomes?

    Join this panel as DevOps experts explore what opportunities - and challenges - DevOps and Agile can create for the business. Points of discussion will include:

    - Are businesses investing enough in DevOps and IT teams to enable them to remain competitive in a landscape of accelerated Digital Transformation?
    - How can businesses ensure that they reap the rewards of investments they do make?
    - If businesses do it right, what benefits can they expect?
  • Shifting Left with Open Source Governance Recorded: Sep 23 2020 57 mins
    Rick Dunnam: Client Partner Saltworks Security, Maury Cupitt: VP of Solutions Architecture Sonatype
    Open Source components are the new normal in software development teams, as today’s modern enterprise applications are 85% Open Source.

    Though they have the potential to accelerate innovation, Open Source components can also cause a host of issues when used in a development lifecycle without proper sourcing and management.

    With 1 in 10 open source components containing a known vulnerability, using them improperly can lead to detrimental vulnerabilities, risks, rework, and waste in the long run.

    Sonatype exists to unite software developers, security professionals, and IT operations. Alongside partners Orasi and Saltworks, they empower teams to continuously and remediate open source risk, without slowing down production.

    Learn how this partnership between Orasi, Saltworks, (Orasi’s joint-venture dedicated to building world-class Application Security programs), and Sonatype can help you and your enterprise, in an upcoming webinar.

    Join us to hear how Orasi, Saltworks, and Sonatype’s powerful services and solutions can:
    - Shift development culture to the left by securing the building blocks of your applications at their foundations
    - Monitor which components are being used by development teams in
    the earliest stages of development, preventing the usage of insecure
    components that might cause backtracking and slowdown in
    production, later down the road
    - Create a Software Bill of Materials for your teams, showing which
    exact open source components are inside your applications and
    providing documentation that can be used for compliance and
    regulations
Ensuring Confidence in Your DevOps Journey
Orasi is a DevSecOps innovator enabling the acceleration, security and adoption of software applications through automation. Working with world-class partners, Orasi provides solutions and services that offer full lifecycle support and integration to ensure confident delivery of transformative applications

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