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Here at Sumo Logic, we are big fans of the DevOps Research and Assessment team, otherwise known as DORA. This year, in collaboration with Google Cloud, DORA released their latest research findings in their 2019 report, Accelerate State of DevOps.
As sponsors of the report, Sumo Logic is thrilled to see 1,000+ technical professionals worldwide participate in this year’s study, contributing to six years worth of research findings that drive excellence in the industry and allow organizations to generate powerful business outcomes by leveraging the latest and greatest in technology.
Join Ben Newton and Jez Humble as they discuss key findings from the report, including:
- the best strategies for scaling DevOps
- how to leverage the cloud to drive superior outcomes
- keys to unlocking effective change management and
- ways to optimize productivity so you can improve work/life balance and reduce burnout
Have questions? We've got answers.
Join the live Q&A following the webinar.
Date: Wednesday, September 18th
Time: 10am PT
Duration: 40-minute webinar followed by 10-minutes of Q&A
Product Marketing Leader
Ben is a veteran of the IT Operations market, with a two-decade career across large and small companies like Loudcloud, BladeLogic, Northrop Grumman, EDS, and BMC. Ben got to do DevOps before DevOps was cool, working with government agencies and major commercial brands to be more agile and move faster.
Ben began his Sumo Logic journey spending 5 years in product management and now, running product marketing for Operations Analytics at Sumo Logic. His latest project, Masters of Data, has let him combine his love of podcasts and music with his love of good conversations.
Jez Humble is co-author of several books on software including Shingo Publication Award winner Accelerate and Jolt Award winner Continuous Delivery. He has spent his career tinkering with code, infrastructure, and product development in companies of varying sizes across three continents. He works for Google Cloud as a technology advocate and teaches at UC Berkeley