Eliminate the DevOps border

Digital technology and the shift to cloud computing are changing how IT is distributed across the business. Instead of building systems in-house, IT departments are now managing brokered services.  As you look at your current IT infrastructure, do you see a dynamic environment that integrates cloud computing capabilities? Or instead do you see a siloed, inflexible structure that is holding you back and preventing digital growth?

 

Organizations are looking to use the digital supply chain to take advantage of new markets and opportunities. To meet these demands and adjust to the changes in the base infrastructure, your organization should be boundless.

 

What does boundless IT look like?

 

  • Dynamic, agile application lifestyles that are fast, transparent and make business more responsive
  • Automated, orchestrated and managed enterprise systems
  • Abandoned silos and openly embracing the convergence of public and private resources — deliver services wherever and whenever they're needed.

The HP Discover Performance Tour is your chance to hear directly from top customers about their key IT initiatives and how they met their challenges head on.  You’ll engage with industry-leading solutions, experts and your peers as you get started on your DevOps journey and experience how to drive consistent quality, faster deployment and improved performance from application to the cloud. 

 

The tour begins Sept. 5 in Cincinnati, Ohio, and will make stops in nine additional U.S. cities including New York, Phoenix, Denver and Atlanta. The tour also has two stops in Canada: Sept. 25 in Toronto and Sept. 27 in Vancouver, with a third in Montreal to be available soon.

 

The day begins with a keynote presentation on how to “Thrive in a borderless world.” Speakers will discuss the emerging trends of DevOps and continuous delivery. You can learn how to help unify development, testing and operations to start or continue your journey toward an IT without borders with the expectation of end-to-end agility.  

 

The engaging afternoon walks you through live examples of how to change your enterprise in a practical way. These demos show how you can leverage modern solutions and approaches to testing, deploying and managing applications in your IT environment.  You’ll also see how to align your KPIs and gain insight across your entire IT landscape with the HP Executive Scorecard and learn about resources that can support you on your journey from HP Software Education and the HP Software user community.

 

Register and find out more here: www.hp.com/go/discoverperformancetour.

 

Labels: IT Performance
Comments
Nadhan | ‎08-14-2012 12:26 PM

Great post, Laura.  Like the way you have posed the questions in the first paragaraph.  I really believe that CIOs today need to integrate the business of IT to combat its consumerization

 

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mackey | ‎08-15-2012 06:26 PM

Thanks, Nadhan.  I really like your 5 steps to integrate the business of IT.  Great advice.

KellyS | ‎08-22-2012 07:52 AM

At the HP Discover Performance Tour you'll hear from customers like McKesson, Vistaprint, Blackrock & Mentor Graphic as you join in discussion on how to achieve agility across through colloboration, automation and quality. You'll also get to see solution in action, including Lab Management, Automation and the Executive Scorecard.  Register now to join us at www.hp.com/go/DiscoverPerformanceTour

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