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Join us for "A Tale of Two Pipelines - To DevOps or Not to DevOps" webinar


A Tale of Two Pipelines:
To DevOps or Not to DevOps


Live Webinar


Thursday, 24th November at 2.00pm GMT / 3.00pm CET


Trying to move to a DevOps methodology, or improve your current DevOps methods? Need to increase innovation and the speed of your software delivery pipeline?

Join this live webinar with Brett Hofer, Global DevOps Practice Lead at Dynatrace, to see the two pipelines in work environments:
  1. Where people are running around putting out fires, pointing fingers, silo-ed, and losing sleep, vs.
  2. Teams with highly optimized communications, well defined roles, and common understood goals

Date: Thursday, 24th November
Time: 2.00pm GMT/ 3.00pm CET

Register today

Brett has led countless large-scale enterprise DevOps adoption projects. And now he’ll take you through stories of two pipelines from his years in the field showing enterprises how to incorporate DevOps practices and speed up innovation.

You’ll take away insights on key pipeline factors that plague traditional delivery pipelines, and major practices that have significant impacts when leveraging a DevOps culture and Continuous Delivery Pipeline.

We look forward to you joining us!


P.S. If you are at the Agile, DevOps and Testing Conference in Dublin on the 23rd November, please make sure to pop by our booth.



Brett Hofer
Global DevOps Practice Lead at Dynatrace

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