Take a DevOps Approach to Deliver Quality Applications Faster & Smash the Siloes

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Julie Craig, EMA & Melissa Sargeant, CA Technologies

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In many IT organizations, those tasked with building applications are separated from the production teams that actually care for the live applications in operations. This typical, yet siloed approach can negatively impact your ability to innovate quickly by spending time on firefighting problems and escalating issues between teams – creating an unproductive, digital hot potato game. What’s needed is a modern DevOps approach that enables you to introduce application quality early in the lifecycle and knock down the silos between the application development and operations teams to achieve better efficiency, accelerate time to market and boost application quality. Join Julie Craig, Research Director at Enterprise Management Associates (EMA) on February 28 for an informative discussion about using APM in pre-production in addition to your production environments; the implications, key considerations for organizations and how it can have a major impact on your business success and revenue. Hear real world examples from Melissa Sargeant, Sr. Director and Service Assurance Evangelist at CA Technologies, of the collaborative, resource and cost benefits of using APM in pre-production.

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