Join this live webinar–hosted by the HPE Developer Community–to learn from Nethopper’s CEO how to address key DevOps challenges.
BOSTON, MA, USA, September 21, 2023/EINPresswire.com/ -- Nethopper, the pioneer of Kubernetes Application Operations Platform as a Service (KAOPS), today announced that Chris Munford, its founder and CEO, is the guest speaker at a live webinar hosted by the HPE Developer Community, entitled “DevOps Alert: Tool Sprawl. Complexity. Burnout. Help!”
DevOps Alert: Tool Sprawl. Complexity. Burnout. Help!
Sep 27, 2023 at 11 AM ET (05:00 PM CET, 8 AM PT)
Chris Munford, CEO of Nethopper
Even as the adoption of cloud-native tools has grown, enterprises have actually lost their ability to be agile. DevOps teams find it even more difficult now to develop and deploy features to meet customers’ expectations.
Ironically, having more cloud-native development tools does not equate to having more agility. In fact, too many free and “easy-to-implement” tools have led to tool sprawl – a burden requiring DevOps teams to continuously integrate and upgrade their tools. Added to that, teams are challenged with managing their Kubernetes application operations across hybrid and multi-cloud landscapes, knowing who did what and when for both applications and infrastructure.
In this session, you will learn how to address DevOps challenges like these while increasing developer productivity and collaboration through a centralized GitOps-centric approach for automating software development and deployment, infrastructure provisioning, workflows, pipelines and more.
Where to register:
[Webinar] DevOps Alert: Tool Sprawl. Complexity. Burnout. Help! September 27, 2023, 11 AM ET. https://hpe.zoom.us/webinar/register/2916927940609/WN_HuXCvPG4TAOdw12fJ3XTpg#/registration. #devops #gitops #cloudnative @HPE_Developer @nethopper10
Nethopper.io is pioneering KAOPS, a Kubernetes Application Operations platform as a service for DevOps, with the mission of making Cloud Native applications easy to configure and operate across hybrid, edge, and multiple clusters and clouds. Nethopper has roots in Boston-area innovation, from Digital Equipment Corp, Cascade Communications, Alcatel (NYSE: NOK), Ciena (NYSE: CIEN), Web.com, Red Hat (NYSE: IBM), Ericsson (NASDAQ: ERIC), Juniper Networks (NYSE: JNPR), etc.