Upcoming Webinar: September 12th | 10 AM (Select Time Zones)

Join Franco Alabastro, Director of ARA Evangelism at CollabNet, as he discusses the evolution of DevOps and the growing importance of Value Stream Management. He will cover the key ingredients to a successful DevOps strategy, and the meaning of CAMS (Culture, Automation, Measurement, Sharing) and how it applies to the common goals of most DevOps strategies.

Register today to learn how you can streamline common goals for software companies, such as:

  • Improve Speed of Delivery
  • Faster Innovation
  • Reduced Operations Costs
  • Rectify Online Scaling Problems
  • Adhere to Regulatory and Compliance Requirements

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About the Speaker

Franco Alabastro

Director of ARA Evangelism | CollabNet

Franco comes to CollabNet with over a decade of experience in a blend of industries, and Innovation Leaders such as General Electric.

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