Differentiate yourself from the competition with exceptional user experience and application quality in the digital economy.
As the number of web and mobile applications continues to grow, it’s more important than ever to ensure the best application performance and quality from the beginning. One bad experience, and customers will abandon you to move on to the next app. How do you ensure that every customer experience is positive, and every transaction is efficient, all the time? End-user collaboration and DevOps is often offered as the answer, but it’s more involved than that. The solution needs to include an application performance management strategy.
For agile IT and DevOps success, you need a set of tools that automates testing and deployment, finds performance issues and bottlenecks before your customers do, and provides an efficient end-to-end experience for both your users and your business. But beyond the tools, you need to find the right vendor relationships and partnerships to enable your digital transformation, ensure long-term competitive advantage and customer loyalty, and build a strategy based on real user feedback.
In this webcast, we’ll examine the latest trends and success stories in digital transformation, agile development and IT operations, and DevOps tools and techniques. We’ll be joined by CA’s Tony Davis who will explain the value of a vendor partnership in achieving the best end-user experience in terms of application quality and performance.
Attendees of this webcast will learn the following key points:
- Software is eating the world: with every business forced to become a technology company, it’s critical to prepare a digital strategy that includes rapid iteration and end-user collaboration.
- Remember that it’s about speed to value, more than it is speed of delivery. Use agile and DevOps to ensure the highest priority items are delivered to your customers sooner, beating your competitors to market while maintaining a reasonable work pace.
- You need to move more efficiently and effectively from development to deployment. DevOps holds the key, but you need a plan, the tools, and the right partners to succeed.
- Know how to choose the right tools and partnerships, and create an agile strategy for your business, development, and operations teams. The sum of these efforts will create an effective feedback loop that includes all stakeholders (including customers) that continually improves your products, customer satisfaction, and business results.