DevOps Transformation: Managing the Dev of DevOps

Presented by

Julian Fish, Director of Product Management, Micro Focus

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Organizations undertaking DevOps transformations often focus on the benefits that adopting open source tools can bring in terms of cost savings. Unfortunately many frequently ignore the administrative and technical overhead of managing multiple Git and Jira repositories across an enterprise. Numerous distinct repositories are often created, one per team, leading to repository sprawl, lack of process consistency and limited oversight. This can in turn cause reduced organizational delivery velocity. In this live webinar we will discuss and demonstrate how multiple Git and Jira instances can be managed from process centric tools, reducing overhead without impacting development velocity. You’ll learn how to consolidate multiple repositories and regain control of your development ecosystem, without impacting the day-to-day lives of your development teams. View all of the DevOps Transformation webinars: • Pipeline Automation: • Release Orchestration: • Value Stream Management: • Continuous Code Inspection: • Lifecycle Management:
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