Operating with Agility

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Winning the high-speed race to innovate requires a high-speed approach—so Dev teams adopted the Agile strategy. IT Ops teams, however, are more concerned with the smooth and consistent delivery of services. They prefer to employ the Waterfall strategy, where each stage of build-through to implementation is completed in a logical order to mitigate risk.

Putting the Ops back into DevOps

Winning the high-speed race to innovate requires a high-speed approach—so Dev teams adopted the Agile strategy. IT Ops teams, however, are more concerned with the smooth and consistent delivery of services. They prefer to employ the Waterfall strategy, where each stage of build-through to implementation is completed in a logical order to mitigate risk.

You know where this is going. The Dev approach embraces speed. The IT Ops approach supports reliability. The two approaches don’t naturally play nicely together.

But if these two approaches aren’t managed properly, there could be serious consequences for IT performance, security, and governance. Luckily, a balance can be found. And since IT Ops teams are responsible for the day-to-day, they play the central role of managing the successful delivery, implementation, and continuous management of new technologies across both teams.

Bridge the Agile and Waterfall Differences. Three On-Demand Webinars Tell How.

Plan for Ops—The Challenge to DevOps

wc2.jpgThe Agile strategy makes it possible for Dev teams to develop and release applications within budget, as quickly as possible. Combining that strategy with the Waterfall strategy, which provides IT Ops with a stabilizing step-by-step delivery approach, is challenging. 

But it can and must be done to minimize security breaches, service outages, and compliance violations. Join this webinar to understand what the obstacles are and how you can overcome them. You’ll learn:

  • How to plan and develop security-driven applications.
  • Why you need to monitor non-persistent compute using docker and cloud technologies.
  • How to automate Development seamlessly into Operations using PaaS solutions.

Start meeting the intense demands for new services at the speed of DevOps—without sacrificing performance, security, and governance.  

Watch the webinar

Avoid DevOoops! Your Guide to Adopting Compliance

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When customer data gets leaked due to lack of protection within an application, who is responsible? Not Dev—they simply built the application. Not Sec—they simply monitor and alert you if there’s a problem. Most of the time, the responsibility for operational application security falls squarely on the shoulders of IT Ops.

In this webinar, Micro Focus experts examine the problems with bolt-on compliancy. If you are responsible for IT Operations, join us to learn:

  • Why you must build security policy compliance into the complete DevOps workflow.
  • How security policies help IT Ops maintain healthy applications.
  • Why it’s critical that you write and implement a response plan to handle potential security breaches.

Don’t wait for a multimillion-dollar legacy fault line to appear. Prioritize security now with a DevSecOps approach—and avoid DevSecOoops!

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DevOps Tools—Bridging Digital Transformation

wc4.jpgWhen you combine your DevOps, DevSecOps, and IT Ops strategies—and build security compliance into the entire DevOps workflow—you can minimize security breaches, service outages, and compliance violations. But there’s more . . . Watch this live demo of two AIOps solutions—Micro Focus Operations Bridge and Micro Focus Operations Orchestration—to learn how you can:

  • Reduce the Mean Time to Know by 30%—using synthetic user transaction to identify real-world user issues.
  • Reduce the Mean Time to Identify by 70%—using AIOps and machine learning to consolidate and correlate events.
  • Reduce the Mean Time to Repair by 10%—using operation-efficient automation.
  • Reduce operation efficiency times by 50%--using operational task automation.

Make the shift to automated, AI-based, business-focused delivery—powered by AIOps. You’ll monitor applications, detect anomalies, and fix problems with new speed and insight. Watch the webinar

Learn how to manage the operations challenges of your application lifecycle—and meet service demands at the speed of DevOps.

 

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