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Modern organizations are under constant pressure to ship code faster than ever and out-innovate the competition. And as code changes extremely fast, keeping the application reliable can become a very challenging task.

In this webinar, we'll cover the four stages each organization has to go through to achieve reliability nirvana, from the manual-reactive approach to the super-automated, AI-driven workflows.

Learn how the world's leading enterprises:

  • Identify strengths and gaps in their reliability strategy

  • Prioritize and address the most critical reliability challenges

  • Remove engineering roadblocks that hurt productivity and customer experience

By OverOps, Inc. 2019    |     Contact us: hello@overops.com     |     +1 415-767-1250

Alex Zhitnitsky

Director of Product Advocacy at OverOps

Alex helps engineers deliver reliable applications by identifying anomalies and analyzing their true root cause. In the past, he worked with early stage startups, and was an organizer and speaker in developer meetups.

The 4 Critical Steps That Will Make Your Application Reliable

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Eric Mizell

VP Solution Engineering at OverOps

As VP of Solution Engineering, Eric helps developers, operations teams and executives create modern and reliable software by overseeing our Solution Engineering, Services, and Customer Success teams.

Eric Mizell

VP Solution Engineering at OverOps

Alex helps engineers deliver reliable applications by identifying anomalies and analyzing their true root cause. In the past, he worked with early stage startups, and was an organizer and speaker in developer meetups.