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As more and more organizations embrace a DevOps approach to software development, engineers are expected to design, build, and patch products faster than ever. This means that the software delivery toolchain is also becoming much more complex. To keep ahead of the market and thrive, not just survive, organizations must migrate away from a CI/CD-only mindset to a maturity model that includes continuous flow, feedback, and improvement.

View this webinar with AWS and DevOps Institute to discover how to simplify your delivery toolchain and create more meaningful next-level software experiences for your customers. We’ll first explore how to move beyond the stage of low repeatability and reliability, where “chaos reigns” into a stage that is fast, secure, and adopts continuous testing and deployment. We will then discuss how software solutions in AWS Marketplace provide a complete DevOps strategy for bringing cloud-native applications to market faster and more reliably.

Watch now to learn how to:

  • Evaluate your organization’s software pipeline maturity level
  • Embrace a continuous improvement mindset that simplifies your DevOps delivery toolchain
  • Experiment with new CI/CD tools, integrations, and workflows while managing risk
  • Explore the benefits of adopting software solutions in AWS Marketplace such as GitLab as your go-to platform for DevOps.

Who Should Attend?

Chief Technology Officers (CTOs), DevOps leaders, cloud developers, cloud architects, and site reliability engineers

Speakers

Marc Hornbeek, Ambassador, DevOps Institute

Marc Hornbeek is CEO and Principal Consultant at Engineering DevOps Consulting, author of the book ”Engineering DevOps,” and an analyst for the Accelerated Strategy Group. Marc is a specialist and expert at applying a deep knowledge of engineering practices of continuous testing, test automation, risk management, and continuous quality assurance methodologies to DevOps transformation roadmaps and strategic plans. Marc is an IEEE Outstanding Engineer and a DevOps leadership advisor/mentor. He is a blogger on DevOps.com and a freelance writer of DevOps content including webinars and white papers.




Kenneth Walsh, Senior Solutions Architect, AWS

Kenneth Walsh is a New York-based Solutions Architect focusing on AWS Marketplace. He provides architectural and technical guidance to help partners and customers make the best use of the AWS Marketplace solutions and AWS platform services to build scalable, robust, and secure applications. Kenneth is passionate about cloud computing and loves being a trusted advisor for his customers. When he’s not working with customers on their journey to the cloud, he enjoys cooking, audio books, movies, and spending time with his family.





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About DevOps Institute:

The DevOps Institute is the continuous learning association committed to advancing the human elements of DevOps success. Their mission is based on a framework of skills, knowledge, ideas, and learning (SKIL) that IT professionals need to advance DevOps and their careers. All of their work – including accreditations, research, events, and continuous learning programs – is focused on equipping the global community with the “know-how” to make DevOps possible.


About AWS Marketplace:

AWS Marketplace is a digital software catalog that makes it easy to find, try, buy, deploy, and manage software that runs on AWS. AWS Marketplace has a broad and deep selection of security solutions offered by hundreds of independent software vendors, spanning infrastructure security, logging and monitoring, identity and access control, data protection, and more. These products can be integrated with AWS Services and other existing technologies, enabling you to deploy a comprehensive security architecture across your AWS and on-premises environments. Visit aws.amazon.com/marketplace to learn more.

*The views and opinions of DevOps Institute and their presenter are their own and do not necessarily reflect the positions of AWS.