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2021-12-07 15:00:00
2021-12-07 16:00:00
Europe/London

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About this webinar:

Most organisations digital services are placed where it makes the most technology and business sense. However, the overall infrastructure picture is a disparate collage of application and data silos, false positives, security blindspots, and visibility gaps.

The task of continuously managing this application sprawl is time-consuming and complex. As digital services are deployed in a constant cycle of ‘develop, operate, analyse’, they must be managed and secured across their lifecycle. Therefore, it’s no surprise that organisations across almost all industries are turning to new strategies and software solutions to boost observability across their development operations and, with it, ensure reduced cyber security risk exposure.

The most capable digital service management tools are device, location, and OS agnostic – working across on-prem and multi-cloud environments to provide a consolidated picture of an organisation’s applications, how they are performing, and whether they are secure.

This web seminar, in which we reveal our bespoke research findings in this area, explores how companies are approaching digital service management and security throughout the software development lifecycle, the effects of the pandemic on these plans, and the implications for cyber security. We’ll also touch on sentiments around issues such as open-source software, containerisation, and cloud migration.

Is a cloud-native platform that offers a single pane of glass view of your digital services in real-time the cure to your observability headaches? And, what are the benefits of real-time actionable insights at cloud scale?

Panel

James Scanlan

James Scanlan

Technical Delivery Manager, Channel 4

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James has spent the last two years at Channel 4 looking at improving the engineering and quality assurance of All 4. Previously he has worked in the NHS and Central Government.  After an honest career as a developer in a range of technologies he turned to the dark side with a series of roles in architecture, design and technical leadership. James is a passionate advocate of DevOps and metrics. Beyond a worrying obsession with graphs he likes to support teams with ensuring they have the right level of insight into the operation of their services.

John Leonard

John Leonard

Research Director, Computing/The Channel Company EMEA

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John is Research Director at Computing and Delta, where he tracks developments in the IT market and monitors technology choices made by IT leaders.

Andrew Hobbs

Andrew Hobbs

Head of Commercial Content, The Channel Company EMEA

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Andrew is an enterprise technology writer, editor, publisher, strategist and consultant; illuminating digital transformation in the connected world and educating businesses on the opportunities and challenges presented by cloud and edge computing, the Internet of Things, automation, AI, and Big Data. He is a former Editor and Publisher of Internet of Business and now oversees Incisive Works’ enterprise technology thought-leadership content creation, including multimedia digital experiences, whitepapers, webinars, videos, and podcasts.

Colin Fallwell

Colin Fallwell

Field CTO, Sumo Logic

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Colin is a Strategic Advisor, Speaker and Thought Leader in Observability and is the Director for Observability Solutions at Sumo Logic where he guides customers in building high performance DevSecOps teams aligned to business initiatives such as digital transformation.

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