In our upcoming webinar, Andriy Okhrimets, CTO at Svitla Systems, will share his rich experience based on working with 40+ startups which earned him a front-row seat to the successes and failures that make or break a startup.
With the GitLab + Google Kubernetes Engine (GKE) integration, developers have the power to spin up a Kubernetes cluster managed by Google Cloud Platform (GCP) in a few clicks. The integration’s versatility speeds up software development and delivery while maintaining security and scale, allowing developers to focus on building apps instead of managing infrastructure.
Companies worldwide are excited about DevOps and the many potential benefits of embarking on a DevOps transformation. The challenge, however, is figuring out where to begin and how to scale DevOps practices over time.
How many steps does it take to go from code to production? Automated pipelines are supposed to make software delivery faster and more efficient, but often require many integrations that need to be managed and maintained—making the process not so automatic.
Deciding to start a DevOps transformation is the first step in eliminating inefficiencies, but how do teams proceed? Join Gary Gruver, author of Starting and Scaling DevOps in the Enterprise, as he shares his experience consulting with organizations to successfully adopt a DevOps model.
Interested in learning what powerful impact DevOps is having on the Federal government and how DevOps can power your speed to mission? Join Tom Suder, President and Founder of ATARC, Leo Garciga, Chief of JD-OI6 and Chief Technology Officer for the JIDO/DTRA, Rob Brown, Division Chief and Senior Solutions Architect with Infrastructure Enterprise (EID) at USCIS, and John Jeremiah, Subject Matter Expert at GitLab for an interactive discussion.
Accelerating and streamlining software delivery is a common challenge faced by almost every IT leader. We have partnered with Gene Kim and the DevOps Research and Assessment team to create this year’s version of ‘The Accelerate State of DevOps Report’.