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VMware, Cognizant, Capgemini, Accenture, & HCL Technologies to Host Joint Cloud Expert Panel at VMworld 2017 US

Get ready to hear some of the greatest leaders in the cloud industry discuss best practices and insights on navigating the cloud native journey during the Cloud Expert Panel Discussion [CNA3158PU] on Weds, Aug. 30. Check out the panel participants and be sure to add it to your conference schedule today.

Attendees will also hear about related VMware technologies, solutions, and best practices directly from solution providers who are in the forefront of building next gen DevOps solutions for customers.

 

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DevOps Sessions at VMworld 2017 Las Vegas

VMworld 2017 Las Vegas is just around the corner and with over 500 session choices across all categories.
I would like to help navigate to the sessions around DevOps topic. As you can see the list below, there are a LOT of them for you to choose from and update your calendars.

 

Monday, Aug 28

When,
Session ID
Description
12:30-1:30 [LDT2523BU] Organizing and Structuring IT in the DevOps World
Learn about the main principles that should guide the definition of a new organizational structure for IT and the roles required to reap DevOps benefits. All this with an example of a phased transition!
1:00-2:00 [DEV2858BU] The Shift to the Left: The Changing Role of Operations as Developers in a DevOps World
The modern Ops team is embracing and adopting software development roles. Get to understand what developers do and really care about and how can Ops teams work, measure success going forward.
1:30-3:00

[ELW182104U]vRealize Code Stream - DevOps Solutions
Get some hands-on to use vRealize Code Stream for release automation processes not just for applications but also apply the same concepts to SDDC and infrastructure components.

 

Tuesday, Aug 29

When, Session ID Description
11:30-1:00 [ELW180601U]vRealize Suite - Getting Started Workshop
Walk through the integration points of the vRealize Suite, including vRealize Operations, vRealize Automation, vRealize Business for Cloud, and Log Insight. Also, learn how vRealize Code Stream Management Pack can help keep multiple environments synchronized.
2:00-3:00

[LDT2491BU] IT Transformation at VMware
This session talks about VMware&#rsquo;s journey to enable an IT digital transformation and how they have successfully tapped the power of mobile cloud architecture to help the lines of business.
5:30-6:30

[DEV2704BU]Delivering Infrastructure as Code: Practical Tips and Advice
This session details and demonstrates how to leverage Infrastructure as Code using VMware tools you already own with best practices from customers who have managed to master this new mindset.

 

Wednesday, Aug 30

When,
Session ID
Description
1:00-2:00

[MGT3167GU]Managing the SDDC as Code
As more and more of the data center becomes software, a new opportunity exists to manage IT code with the same rigor that application development teams use. Come, join us in a discussion to understand and learn from each other&#rsquo;s experiences.
1:00-2:00

[DEV1369BU] A Tale of CI/CD, Infrastructure as Code,
and How Containers/IaaS Fit into the Story
No matter what your application architecture (microservice or monolithic), there are huge efficiencies that can be gained by leveraging infrastructure as code. Don&#rsquo;t know much about infrastructure as code or CI/CD? Don&#rsquo;t worry, we&#rsquo;ll cover the basics!
2:00-3:00

[LDT3013BU]Successfully Enabling the Digital Transformation
This session explores the IT operating model changes needed to enable your business&#rsquo;s digital transformation and practical steps to be successful.
2:30-3:30

[MGT3136SU]How DevOps Is Transforming IT: People, Process, Technology
Hear from some of our major customers&#rsquo; CIOs about the challenges they met, and the solutions they have put in place. Learn about VMware’s usage of our own DevOps to drive efficiencies into its own organization while improving products for our customers.
3:30-4:30

[LDT2590BU] Speed is now a Core Competency for Enterprises: VMware IT Framework to Leverage Emerging Tech and CNA Platforms to Accelerate Delivery Speed
Waves of technology advances are hitting enterprises faster than ever before. In this session, VMware IT shares a framework that they use to leverage new technologies to drive digital transformation.
4:00-5:00

[MGT2231BU] How VMware implemented the Self-healing Continuous Integration and Continuous Delivery (CI/CD) pipeline using vRealize Suite
This session is all about how VMware devised a mechanism to detect CI/CD pipeline failures and automated remediation through a self-healing solution.

 

Thursday, Aug 31

When,
Session ID
Description
1:30-2:30 [LDT1907BU]Shifting IT from a Cost Center to an Innovation Center: VMware IT Case Study
IT is traditionally considered a cost center. Join us to learn and explore how VMware IT is driving innovation across the organization by empowering the business and employees with enterprise mobility solutions.
1:30-2:30 [MGT2716BU]vRealize Automation for the Developer Cloud
When CloudAdmins are trying to offer powerful self-service experience, developers are looking for freedom and flexibility. Come hear how vRealize Automation can address these paradoxes today, and some of our plans for how to strengthen the developer cloud story in future releases.

 

So, go ahead and register in advance!

 

 

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De Ops à Devop : montez en compétence en suivant les étapes d’un projet concret

Il devient de plus en plus nécessaire de faire évoluer ses compétences orientées Administration Systéme & Gestion d&#rsquo;infrastructure vers des compétences DevOps, notamment orienté «infrastructure as a code». La transition commence par la motivation!

Et pour accompagner cette motivation, rien de tel qu&#rsquo;analyser un projet concret. Vincent Méoc, Ingénieur Avant-vente VMware, vous fait partager son projet de développement de l&#rsquo;application Tito (Time Traffic Overview), un exemple simple qu&#rsquo;il portera ensuite sur différentes technologies de Cloud et de Containers.

Comment démarrer un projet de développement, comment trouver des ressources pour se former, combien de temps cela prend-il? Pourquoi ce n&#rsquo;est pas si compliqué? Et quel est le lien (important) avec l&#rsquo;infrastructure?

Embarquez pour le début de l&#rsquo;expérience à cette adresse: http://www.vmcloud.fr/2016/12/life-and-death-of-an-application-part-1-the-birth.html

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Modernising the data center is the way towards digital and DevOps

Business and IT leaders agree that data center and cloud transformation will yield big benefits, ranging from greater business agility and responsiveness to change, greater cost efficiencies and faster time to innovation for new applications.

But that doesn&#rsquo;t necessarily mean scrapping everything that already exists within the business and starting from scratch. Instead, businesses can bring their IT environment up-to-date by modernising the infrastructure, automating IT and running modern apps.

Data center modernisation is at the heart of this movement to change.

For some businesses it could mean a move to DevOps, for others it could be a shift to transforming into a digital business. Many are striving for both. Either way, data center modernisation can lead to a significant boost in speed and agility – two key attributes at the heart of DevOps and digital transformation.

Take Amdocs, a market leader in customer experience software and services. The company had a challenge to provision an environment for developers and testers to work quickly without depending on IT.

&#rsquo;Previously, it took us between three hours to three days to provision an environment, which is market standard. It wasn&#rsquo;t enough for us,&#rdquo; said Golan Remi, Head of Global Business Technologies at Amdocs IT.

&#rsquo;We needed to transform our code from development through testing for the customer in record time, so we conducted a POC with multiple private cloud vendors. The VMware solutions proved to be the closest to our requirements and the easiest to install and operate,&#rdquo; he explained.

The organisation deployed a large-scale private cloud based on VMware&#rsquo;s software-defined data center (SDDC) architecture. It allowed Amdocs to provision thousands of vApps on a daily basis as part of Amdocs&#rsquo; automated DevOps processes.

Previously it took the organisation between three days to a few weeks to create a full environment for its developers – but this has all changed.

&#rsquo;Now, a developer can come to work, press a button, go and make a coffee and when they come back the environment is ready for them,&#rdquo; Remi said.

The company is able to globally provision an environment to all of its developers and testers with zero dependency on IT, while also significantly shortening its ramp up time and being more flexible to its customers&#rsquo; needs.

Another example of a company that has been implementing a DevOps philosophy is Telefonica, the huge digital telco with more than 300 million users in 21 countries across the world.

Its Senior DevOps Manager, Gustavo Martin Bouso, said that the company took the decision to refresh its hardware and storage using the hyper-converged system.

&#rsquo;The benefits including a reduction in cost, a reduction in complexity and having a scalable system. VMware is helping us with digital transformation,&#rdquo; he said.

It&#rsquo;s clear with these examples that with SDDC technologies, customers can modernise data centers for infrastructure flexibility, security, and scalability.

To go a step further, organisations can leverage VMware Cross-Cloud Architecture, easily extending this to public clouds, giving their developers an integrated hybrid cloud environment for deploying modern apps.

This is all part of their journey towards a DevOps culture and a digital future.

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Enabling DevOps with vRealize Automation and Puppet

Enterprise IT and DevOps teams are under tremendous pressure to efficiently deliver, operate and maintain infrastructure to support the needs of the business and its customers. It can take weeks to deliver production ready infrastructure and in response CIOs are looking for faster, self-service provisioning solutions.

Until recently, vRealize Automation (vRA) integrated with various configuration management tools (e.g.: Puppet, Chef, Salt) only via XaaS services andvRealize Orchestrator workflows. Now we are making the integration one step closer…

With the latest release ofvRealize Automation 7.3,configuration management is now a &#rsquo;first class&#rdquo; citizen in vRealize Automation.By leveraging the new configuration automation frameworknatively, customers can easily deploy, configure and manage production-ready applications with various external configuration management tools.

Puppet is the first eco-system partner to leverage the framework. With this customers can now seamlessly integrate with Puppet Enterprise directly via vRealize Automation GUI.Key capabilitiesincludes:

  • Configuration Management Server/Puppet Master as an end-point in vRealize Automation
  • Single vRealize Automation instance supporting multiple Puppet Masters
  • Ability to drag and drop Puppet component in the vRA Blueprint design canvas
  • Automated installation of the Puppet agent and enablesecure Puppet certificate signing for provisioning
  • Dynamically query Puppet Master, Environment and Roles inthe vRA Blueprint design canvas
  • Dynamically assign Puppet Roles per vRA Blueprint component
  • Ability to do late binding whereby developers can select the Puppet Environment and Rolesat provisioning time
  • Ability to import/export Blueprint in a YAML format with Puppet schema attached
  • Support Day 2 actions (automatic purging of decommissioned nodes and reclamation of puppet enterprise node license)

 

 

With vRealize Automation (Enterprise edition) and Puppet Enterprise, customers can now quickly benefit from the fully automated delivery of applications, middleware software and services, all exposed in a self-service catalog from weeks into minutes! The out of box integrations not only simplifies the developers to create and configure the virtual machines but also continuously enforce the desired state and ensure compliance with enterprise policies.

 

Learn More:
  • VMware vRealize Automation
  • Puppet plugin for vRealize Automation
  • Puppet wins VMware partner innovation award

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Enabling DevOps with vRealize Automation and Puppet

Enterprise IT and DevOps teams are under tremendous pressure to efficiently deliver, operate and maintain infrastructure to support the needs of the business and its customers. It can take weeks to deliver production ready infrastructure and in response CIOs are looking for faster, self-service provisioning solutions.

Until recently, vRealize Automation (vRA) integrated with various configuration management tools (e.g.: Puppet, Chef, Salt) only via XaaS services andvRealize Orchestrator workflows. Now we are making the integration one step closer…

With the latest release ofvRealize Automation 7.3,configuration management is now a &#rsquo;first class&#rdquo; citizen in vRealize Automation.By leveraging the new configuration automation frameworknatively, customers can easily deploy, configure and manage production-ready applications with various external configuration management tools.

Puppet is the first eco-system partner to leverage the framework. With this customers can now seamlessly integrate with Puppet Enterprise directly via vRealize Automation GUI.Key capabilitiesincludes:

  • Configuration Management Server/Puppet Master as an end-point in vRealize Automation
  • Single vRealize Automation instance supporting multiple Puppet Masters
  • Ability to drag and drop Puppet component in the vRA Blueprint design canvas
  • Automated installation of the Puppet agent and enablesecure Puppet certificate signing for provisioning
  • Dynamically query Puppet Master, Environment and Roles inthe vRA Blueprint design canvas
  • Dynamically assign Puppet Roles per vRA Blueprint component
  • Ability to do late binding whereby developers can select the Puppet Environment and Rolesat provisioning time
  • Ability to import/export Blueprint in a YAML format with Puppet schema attached
  • Support Day 2 actions (automatic purging of decommissioned nodes and reclamation of puppet enterprise node license)

 

 

With vRealize Automation (Enterprise edition) and Puppet Enterprise, customers can now quickly benefit from the fully automated delivery of applications, middleware software and services, all exposed in a self-service catalog from weeks into minutes! The out of box integrations not only simplifies the developers to create and configure the virtual machines but also continuously enforce the desired state and ensure compliance with enterprise policies.

 

Learn More:
  • VMware vRealize Automation
  • Puppet plugin for vRealize Automation
  • Puppet wins VMware partner innovation award

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Puppet Wins 2017 VMware Partner Innovation Award

Congratulations Puppet on winning the regional VMware Partner Innovation Award! Puppet and VMware have a long history partnering that has borne fruit across multiple dimensions. Most recently the joint work across vRealize Automation and Puppet Enterprise has delivered value to our common customers in the areas of configuration management and automation.

 

Recently, we announced the release of Puppet plug-in for vRealize Automation, that leverages the latest Configuration Management framework provided in vRealize Automation 7.3, This integration enables our customers to model various services using a vRealize Automation blueprint, and subsequently triggers Puppet to configure and continually manage those services. As a result, customers can now seamlessly deploy, configure and manage production-ready complete stacks that include OS, middleware or applications by utilizing vRealize Automation’s powerful blueprinting, service orchestration and governance workflows, in combination with Puppet’s configuration management capabilities.

 

Agility is the key to accelerate digital transformation. For an IT team, this can be translated as the capability to quickly serve application developers so as to address their infrastructure, operating system, middleware, and other service needs. vRealize Automation delivers agility through enabling self-service workflows while integrating into existing IT ecosystem tools and processes. Sound ambitious? vRealize Automation makes it happen through its uniquely extensible platform, that integrates with and can cover the gamut of ecosystem tooling prevalent among our customers. Puppet, as one of the leading vendors in configuration management domain, demonstrates how VMware and our ecosystem partners together bring the best-of-breed to continuously create more value for our joint customers. Congratulations once again to Puppet and we look forward to more innovative joint solutions!

 

Learn more

  • Download Puppet plug-in for vRealize Automation here.
  • Check out vRealize Automation product page here.

 

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Download Free vRealize ROI Report

VMware is pleased to announce the availability of a new vRealize Suite ROI calculator. Download your free report today.
Many VMware customers like you are also modernizing data centers and integrating public clouds to address their digital transformation agenda. VMware&#rsquo;s vRealize Suite, the market&#rsquo;s leading enterprise-ready Cloud Management Platform, can help you reach your IT goals. But how can you justify a Cloud Management Platform investment?

vRealize Suite ROI Calculator

The vRealize Suite ROI calculator can help you learn more about the key cost and benefit drivers that help to make the business case for a Cloud Management Platform. Just select the type of use case you are trying to address and adjust a few default numbers about your virtual environment. And voila! The calculator will immediately give you an estimate in terms of the potential ROI, payback period, and net benefits. You can even download a free report that you can share with your colleagues. Click here to get your free vRealize ROI report today.

Cloud Management Challenges

Like you, many VMware customers find managing today&#rsquo;s app environments is becoming more complex from increased scale, more dynamic workloads, and adoption of multi-cloud computing. Many also aspire to build and operate a private cloud that is efficient, delivers resources on a time scale appropriate for the business. And it provides a user experience that meets the expectations of Lines of Business (LOBs). Others need to manage both private and multiple public clouds in a way that allows IT to exercise an appropriate level of control without inserting intrusive governance. It should not negatively impact developer and LOB efficiency or their satisfaction with the delivered services.

Learn More

To learn more about how VMware Cloud Management Platform solutions can help you with such challenges, visit us online at VMware vRealize Suite and vCloud Suite. See how you can jump start your Modernize Data Centers initiative or Integrate Public Clouds initiative with VMware.

Additional Resources:

  • Cloud Management Platform Brochure
  • Cloud Management Platform for Dummies
  • VMware vRealize Suite and vCloud Suite: Licensing, Pricing, and Packaging Whitepaper

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Cloud-native Apps im Kontext: Sehr viel mehr als „nur“ Softwareentwicklung

Beitrag von Thomas Wirtz, Pre-sales Director Germany

Seit ein paar Jahren lässt sich beobachten, dass sich die globalen Machtverhältnisse der Unternehmen verschieben. Was das genau bedeutet? Plötzlich reden alle nur noch über Netflix, Uber und Airbnb – Unternehmen, die ganze Branchen auf den Kopf stellen und zu harten Konkurrenten der traditionellen Anbieter werden. Heute sind die größten Unternehmen IT-Organisationen, die die Potentiale von Software erkannt haben und gezielt einsetzen. Wie ist es möglich, dass Unternehmen, die keine Assets haben, innerhalb kürzester Zeit zu Giganten heranwachsen? Die Schlüssel zum nachhaltigen Erfolg heißen: Software und Skalierbarkeit. Noch vor 30 Jahren mussten Unternehmen erst in teure Rechenzentren investieren, bevor sie ihre Kapazitäten erweitern konnten. Heute können Cloud-Ressourcen für 3 Cent pro Stunde gebucht werden – die Basis für große Geschäftsmodelle ist gelegt! Die ‚Economy of Speed&#lsquo; hat die ‚Economy of Scale&#lsquo; abgelöst.

Die große Frage: Wie wird IT im Unternehmen wahrgenommen?

Leider hat der größte Teil der Unternehmen diesen Trend verschlafen – oder ihn auch zunächst absichtlich ignoriert. Erst jetzt, da sich zeigt, dass ihre Marktpräsenz massiv bedroht wird, versuchen sie durch die Adaption der Technologien zu reagieren. Doch es ist schwierig, mit den neuen Konkurrenten mitzuhalten, deren Prozesse so viel schneller ablaufen und agilere Geschäftsmodelle haben. Sie sehen IT nicht als notwendigen Kostenfaktor, der nur den Betrieb gewährleistet, sondern als Partner oder Enabler, der den strategischen Fokus verändern und vorantreiben kann. Wie also reagieren die traditionellen Unternehmen? Sie versuchen, sich Expertenwissen ins Haus zu holen – allerdings bedeutet Cloud-native Apps sehr viel mehr als nur eine bestimmte Entwicklungsart und die Nutzung von Microservices. Vielmehr stellt sich die Frage: Wie müssen die Prozesse und Strukturen angepasst werden, damit Unternehmen agiler werden?

DevOps revolutioniert Prozesse und die kulturelle Zusammenarbeit zwischen den IT-Teams

Bevor der Cloud-native Trend die Softwareentwicklung revolutioniert hat, herrschte das sogenannte Wasserfall-Modell vor, das eine klare Trennung von Entwicklungsteams und Betriebsteams vorsah. Geschäftsprozess-, Infrastruktur-, Entwicklungsteams arbeiteten isoliert voneinander an großen Programmen und Codes. Aufgrund der Komplexität des Programms benötigten Unternehmen auch ein komplexes Organisationsmodell. Die Trennung von Entwicklung und Betrieb führte jedoch dazu, dass Betriebsteam oftmals Probleme, die beim Einsatz der Anwendungen auftraten, nicht nachverfolgen konnten – zudem waren die Release-Zyklen sehr lang. Durch die Verbindung von Development und Operations zu DevOps werden die Teams neu aufgeteilt, sodass die Entwickler bestimmter Anwendungen für den vollständigen Service (Entwicklung, Optimierung, Qualitätssicherung, Betrieb) zuständig sind und so Probleme schneller nachvollziehen können. Durch die kleinen Teams, die sich jeweils nur mit einem vergleichsweise kleinen Code beschäftigen, werden auch Kommunikationsprobleme behoben.

Die Entwicklung ist jedoch nur ein erster Schritt, der Rollout ein ganz anderer. Für die Koordination benötigen Unternehmen eine entsprechende Plattform oder Schnittstelle: hier kommt die sogenannte CI/CD (Continuous Integration, Continuous Delivery)-Pipeline ins Spiel. Zwischen der Entwicklung und dem finalen Rollout befinden sich Automationsstrecken, bei denen die kleinen Einheiten auf die Integration mit anderen Services getestet werden. Funktioniert alles einwandfrei, findet schließlich der Rollout statt. Dass die jeweilige Infrastruktur dabei auch über Schnittstellen und Fähigkeiten zum vollautomatisierten „software-defined&#rsquo; Deployment verfügen muss, ist ein weiterer entscheidender Faktor.

Container-Technologie reduziert Komplexität

Ein Software-Code muss immer in Abhängigkeit von anderen Systemen und Bibliotheken entwickelt werden. Das bedeutet: Entwickelt man Code, muss man sicherstellen, dass die entsprechenden Bibliotheken auch auf dem neuen System laufen, sprich man benötigt Java, Webserver oder Linux-Maschinen. Die Abhängigkeiten von anderen Systemen summieren sich sehr schnell, sodass eine komplexe Matrix entsteht. Mithilfe von Docker bzw. Containern wird eine Standardisierung erreicht. Die Entwickler bestimmen bereits beim Design der Services, was genau sie benötigen (Java, Python, Apache etc.) – entsprechend wird der Container dann auch gebaut, sodass alle Abhängigkeiten innerhalb des Containers vorhanden sind. Der Betreiber hingegen sieht nur das standardisierte Format, das sich leicht ausrollen lässt.

Es zeigt sich also, dass es bei Cloud-native Apps um sehr viel mehr als „nur&#rsquo; um Entwicklung geht – Strukturen werden umgewälzt, die Organisation vereinfacht und die IT wird anders wahrgenommen. DevOps und Container-Technologien sind nur der Anfang, die veränderte Prozesse bewirken. Letztendlich handelt es sich um einen Wandel, der nicht nur das IT-Team betrifft, sondern sich auf das ganze Unternehmen ausweiten soll.

Sie möchten mehr zum Thema Cloud-native Apps erfahren? Auf Twitter halte ich Sie auf dem Laufenden! Ich freue mich auch über Kommentare! Über welches Gebiet bei Cloud-native Apps möchten Sie mehr erfahren? Haben Sie bereits Erfahrungen in Ihrem Unternehmen gesammelt?

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May 17th Webinar: Use the REST API and Webhook Shims to Get More out of vRealize Operations

On May 17th, we will be hosting another &#rsquo;Getting More out of VMware&#rdquo; webinar. The session builds on our previous sessions around intelligent operations. Come learn how to extend vRealize Operations with the REST API and Webhook Shims for powerful integrations with other IT tools.

Register here, or read for more details!

 

 

 

Your presenter will be John Dias,
Senior Technical Marketing Architect
with the VMware Cloud Management Business Unit.

 

 

 

 

Integration with vRealize Operations

This webinar is for IT administrators and DevOps teams who manage and use virtual infrastructure and need to interact with operational tools programmatically and automatically. We will focus on both north and south-bound integrations with vRealize Operations using the REST Notification Plugin for southbound extensibility and the REST API for northbound integrations.

For example, we will demonstrate how to enable alert notifications to ticketing, paging, chatOps, orchestration and issue tracking systems. Really, any IT or development system with a REST API can be leveraged with Webhook Shims.

Programmatically Connect to vRealize Automation

Some customers want to interact programmatically with vRealize Operations to perform tasks such as metric data extraction, alert management, feeding additional metrics into vRealize Operations or simply system management tasks such as adding newly-deployed vRealize Automation VMs to vRealize Operations custom groups. We will explore how these tasks, and more, are available via the vRealize Operations REST API. Northbound integrations can also be performed with PowerCLI, and we will cover some examples for this as well.

 

Explore vRealize Automation APIs

Do you want to take vRealize Operations to the next level by integrating with ServiceNow, PagerDuty, Slack and more? You can do that! And you will see how easy (and fun!) it can be to explore using vRealize Operations APIs. And, you will also get some helpful starter content for PowerCLI and Postman REST client so you can continue to learn on your own after the session. If you want to know how vRealize Operations can feed and interact with other IT tools in your environment, this session is for you!

 

Live Q&A in the End: Bring your Questions!

The webinar will conclude with an open live Q&A with our specialists who will be on hand to answer your questions through chat.

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