ITSM in the Modern Software Factory: The New Way to Drive IT and Business Value

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Darren Arcangel, VP and Senior Principal Services Architect, CA Technologies

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Agile development, DevOps deployments, Lean automations, digital transformation, increased cyber threats and constant change. How does IT keep up? The answer is by becoming what CA calls a “Modern Software Factory” and having a strong IT service management (ITSM) foundation. In this webcast, Darren Arcangel, co-author of the book ITIL® and the Information Lifecycle - Integrating Agile, DevOps and ITSM, explains the Modern Software Factory by exploring the intricacies of how these things interrelate, and the challenges and opportunities they present to ITSM and IT organizations. Learn about how to navigate this complex new world, the KPIs and metrics we now need to employ that can show business and IT value, and how ITSM and ITIL® have and are changing to embrace these changes and enable the Modern Software Factory.

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