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What DevOps means to IT Operations and Application Performance

In the Age of the Customer, constant application updates are the norm and DevOps practices help companies not only deliver, but gain competitive advantage through differentiated user experiences. These DevOps practices specialize in the deployment, operations and ongoing support of digital services and applications that are created in agile development and continuous delivery environments. But how can IT Operations keep up? Application Performance Management (APM) enables Ops to collaborate with Dev across continuous delivery cycles to deliver a differentiated user experience, again and again.

What you’ll learn:
•How DevOps is changing the way applications are delivered
•What DevOps means to IT Operations
•How APM can help IT Operations put the Ops back in DevOps
Recorded Jun 30 2015 62 mins
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Deliver Flawless AI-Driven Experiences & Enhance App Performance
In today’s economy where every business is in the software business, downtime is costly and slow is the new down. Proactively managing and improving the experience of modern applications, cloud or traditional infrastructures and networks is a necessity but it’s not easy.

To help manage the increasing volume, velocity and variety of data - APM solutions have evolved to include AIOps to correlate and analyze data across users, applications, infrastructure, and network services and to apply machine learning and advanced analytics to deliver a new level of visibility and actionable insights.

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