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DevOps has transformed how software products are developed and delivered, reducing cycle times from months to minutes. Businesses rely on integrated teams across product, engineering, and operations to bring innovative projects to market—all with unprecedented speed and availability.

These teams leverage a growing number of innovative DevOps tools designed to help with Agile planning, continuous integration, continuous delivery, and incident management.

Delivering an excellent user experience doesn’t end with deployment. High-performing DevOps teams rely on advanced monitoring, sophisticated analytics, and streamlined incident management to proactively resolve issues in production.

In this webinar featuring Forrester senior analyst Christopher Condo, we explored challenges around:

  • Optimizing your DevOps toolchain
  • Releasing both quickly and efficiently
  • Code ownership

Download the recording to help understand the changing landscape and hear from VictorOps on what they are doing to simplify your DevOps transformation.

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