Terma Software to Host DevOps Webinar
August 20, 2019 9:00 am
This week, we’re partnering with industry-leader IBM Systems to host a webinar all about taking a DevOps approach to optimizing workload automation and job scheduling. Our Chief Technology Officer, Jennifer Chisik, will be hosting a robust discussion on the subject on Wednesday, August 21, at 12:00 PM CDT. Our customers are reporting an increased interest in DevOps as applied to workload automation, and in response, we decided to team up with IBM to bring you the most pertinent information on the subject, as well as what it all means for businesses that rely on job schedulers.
Many enterprises face challenges while implementing processes and technologies that have the potential to greatly improve the relationship between IT operations and development, and even business. In the realm of workload automation, these dynamics are particularly challenging to manage. This has a lot to do with the fact that the majority of batch processing solutions are unwieldy legacy systems that do not integrate well with one another. Enterprises of all sizes that are dependent on multiple schedulers across multiple platforms especially struggle to comprehensively understand their entire workload environment, as well as the intricacies and operational differences between teams.
Organizations that implement a DevOps way of thinking are primed to have greater visibility into their systems and across different siloed work environments (i.e., IT operations and development). A DevOps approach not only encourages conversation and communication between developers, operators, and business leaders, but also promotes understanding, collaboration, and improved problem-solving ability across teams, as outlined in one of our recent blogs.
Join us on Wednesday to gain a clear understanding of how the adoption of DevOps principles can drastically improve the collaboration and effectiveness of IT operations and development. Register for the webinar here. And if you can’t tune in live, be sure to catch it on our website whenever you can.