DevOps for Beginners: Where to Start

Webinar

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Sponsored by RED HAT


August 12, 2020
3 pm EDT

If you're beginning to learn more about DevOps, you may be confused about where to start or where to focus. The term “DevOps” refers to this idea that we no longer have pure and separated development streams and operations streams – and to a set of DevOps practices that optimizes and improves both functions. 

Join this webinar to explore how to get going with this cross-functional way of working that breaks down walls, removes bottlenecks, improves speed of delivery, and increases experimentation.

TIM BEATTIE
Global Head of Product for Red Hat Open Innovation Labs - Red Hat
Tim Beattie is Global Head of Product for Red Hat Open Innovation Labs. His career in product delivery spans 20 years as an agile and lean transformation coach – a continuous delivery & design thinking advocate who brings people together to build meaningful products and services while transitioning large corporates towards business agility.

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