Research into delivery velocity (from DORA and others) has shown that speeding up software delivery is closely correlated with business success. GitOps is an approach for building incredibly robust and repeatable continuous delivery pipelines.

Based on our experiences working with leading edge organizations who are implementing GitOps delivery pipelines, we’ve identified a maturity model for getting the most out of GitOps at the right scale for an organization.

Join this webinar and discover:

  • The GitOps Maturity Model and what each level looks like in practice
  • The business benefits and how they apply to different teams in an organization
  • A pragmatic approach to implementing GitOps at scale
  • A set of real-world examples of GitOps implementations

Paul Fremantle, VP of Product Engineering

Paul is an experienced open source software executive, who previously co-founded WSO2. As CTO he helped build WSO2 into a highly successful profitable Open Source company with recurring revenues of more than $45m, 600 employees and over 500 enterprise customers. Paul has an MSc in computer science from Oxford University and a PhD from the University of Portsmouth, where his thesis offered a cloud-based approach to improving security and privacy for IoT systems. Paul has two patents and has co-authored three books.

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Tiffany Wang, Solutions Architect

Tiffany has several years of experience as an engineer at companies in the education, healthcare, and automotive industries. She has built GitOps workflows deploying to Kubernetes clusters, empowering engineers to not only write application code but also understand and maintain deployments and increase uptime.
A champion of GitOps, she is excited to design and implement solutions to reduce time to deployment, improve reliability and reproducibility, and ultimately, improve product delivery.

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