Each team along the traditional DevOps toolchain has their own approach to application orchestration—creating sequential hand-offs that don’t scale. But, what if everyone had simultaneous access to instances of the application environment from the planning stage all the way to production? Having a unified approach to orchestrating application and infrastructure environments can enable you to scale productivity, measure utilization, and accelerate innovation.
Join Maya Ber Lerner, Quali CTO and Chief Evangelist, and William Fellows of 451 Research as they discuss the strategy behind Parallel Application Delivery for rapid development, testing, deployment, and innovation.
Maya is Chief Technology Officer and Chief Evangelist at Quali. Originally a biomedical engineer, she somehow got into software and automation, and immediately felt at home. When not traveling she is the IT person at home, and the only one allowed to change router configurations. Outside of work, she likes drawing, carving, and reading.
William Fellows is a cofounder of The 451 Group. As VP of Research, he is responsible for the Cloud Transformation Channel at 451 Research. In addition to keeping tabs on players entering the cloud and IT services space with disruptive business models, new technology and innovations in service delivery, William has also created 451 Research's Digital Economics unit
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