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How to Tame Chaos in Enterprise DevOps

How to Tame Chaos in Enterprise DevOps

DevOps practitioners experience various challenges when it comes to leveraging cloud environments for software development.

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Infrastructure Automation Maturity Model

Infrastructure Automation Maturity Model

To help you scale DevOps successfully, Quali has developed the Infrastructure Automation Maturity Model™. Each level in the model describes infrastructure automation value and the drivers, changes, and requirements to move to the higher maturity levels.

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eBook Calculating Infrastructure Automation ROI

eBook Calculating Infrastructure Automation ROI

Download this eBook to determine if the gains in efficiency and productivity generate the requisite cost savings.

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How to QA Infrastructure Automation

How to QA Infrastructure Automation

Better quality. Faster releases. Lower costs. These principles drive innovation in the DevOps world. As a result, software testing is no longer a point function buried in the software delivery pipeline. It now plays a broader, increasingly critical role in how modern organizations deliver digital business services by ensuring change value is met, quality is delivered, and risk is governed from concept to business realization.

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Understanding Infrastructure Lifecycle Management and its Role in Scaling Enterprise DevOps

Understanding Infrastructure Lifecycle Management and its Role in Scaling Enterprise DevOps

For as long as people have created and run software, the two sides—build and operations—have worked at cross-purposes. Developers want to go fast and deliver more frequently, while operations teams need to ensure the releases are secure, adhere to governance policies, and are available.

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How to use Infrastructure as Code for automated self-service AWS environments

How to use Infrastructure as Code for automated self-service AWS environments

Organizations that achieve the automation and self-service ideals of DevOps are able to build, release, and deploy features and apps to users faster and with better quality than the competition. But those ideals are elusive to many teams, especially where changes to existing build and release pipelines are met with fear of losing control over security, compliance, and cloud infrastructure costs.

Join experts from the DevOps Institute and AWS Marketplace to learn how to enable Development and QA teams with automated, self-service, and compliant environments across the pipeline to speed up application development and delivery.

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Getting it Right: Self-service in Cloud Automation

Getting it Right: Self-service in Cloud Automation

Everyone knows that infrastructure automation is fundamental to any DevOps platform. However, infrastructure automation requires not only coding abilities, but also cloud network, security and cost expertise, and Infrastructure as Code skills. It’s not something developers want to waste their time on. Being able to provide on-demand self-service infrastructure provisioning and deployment to dev teams can free them from building and maintaining their own cloud automation. It makes it possible for developers to focus on developing the features and products that really matter.

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The Essentials to Scaling DevOps Through Platform Ops

The Essentials to Scaling DevOps Through Platform Ops

Making DevOps initiatives scale is a maturity milestone companies are struggling to achieve. While the benefits of value stream automation to business agility is clear, most businesses find it difficult to overcome the skill and knowledge gap. In this webinar, Quali's Maya Ber Lerner and 6point6's Mark Debney and Chris Porter will talk about the essential elements in achieving widespread adoption of DevOps practices. From taking a DevOps pulse, to overcoming the talent shortage and practical best practices for scalable Platform Ops.

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The Secret Weapon of QA Modernization

The Secret Weapon of QA Modernization

The world depends on software more than ever, increasing the risk presented by low software quality. QA teams are required to adopt modern approaches to quality in order to keep up.

In recent months, the rising need for remote testing exposed weak links in many businesses’ QA processes. But it also presents an opportunity to tackle old QA patterns that hinder efficiency.

In this webinar, Qualitest's Performance Test Lead, Leandro Melendez, and our CTO, Maya Ber Lerner, will discuss how environment automation can change the way teams approach quality and be the basis of a successful QA strategy.

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How to Enable Technical Teams in the WFH Era

How to Enable Technical Teams in the WFH Era

As public policy mandates a fast increase in remote work, businesses face significant impact and potential disruption. After putting off the first fires of the new WFH reality—from getting laptops to putting basic collaboration tools in place—it’s clear that quick fixes won’t last, and businesses need to start developing a long-term strategy for enabling remote teams.

Technical teams are an area of the organization that are especially challenged by this new reality. This includes developers, test engineers, support engineers, customer success engineers, and even sales engineers. Technical teams are often not accustomed to working from home, and when they get to work, they need more than just a laptop to get their jobs done. They need applications, services, and infrastructure resources—whether it is from the company’s private data center, on-premise labs, public clouds, or a combination of all three. This raises several challenges for business leaders with regards to technical teams’ operations.

Join 451 Research's Jay Lyman and Quali's Maya Ber Lerner as they discuss the requirements for enabling remote technical and WFH teams and best practices for putting such strategy in place.

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