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December 19, 2018

Many have heard the term “Learning Organization” and attempt to train their workforce to find areas of continuous improvement. What doesn’t happen is teams leveraging monitoring to help improve IT.

Beyond the focus on maintaining systems at 100% uptime, IT needs to learn as well. That requires more than ingesting new information. It requires applying that new knowledge in order to truly learn.

What can users expect to learn from this webinar?

  • The distinction of MTTR and it’s importance over MTBF
  • What it means to be a “Learning Organization”
  • How to identify if you are making the best use of your IT Operation metrics

Webinar Presenter

Jason Hand

Jason Hand is VictorOps' DevOps Evangelist. Pulling from 15 years of experience as a developer, a system administrator, and a support specialist. He is fully emerged in to the world of Agile development and the DevOps movement through his work with several tech startups in Boulder. Jason is an avid outdoorsmen and adrenaline junky. Lover of fun. Hater of being on-call. Working to make it suck less.

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December 19, 2018

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