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StackStorm to Host State of DevOps Discussion

StackStorm, a software company leading the third wave of operations automation, today announced it will host an interactive webinar on July 22 and 24, focused on DevOps, enterprise architecture and StackStorm software. Led by StackStorm CEO and co-founder, Evan Powell, topics covered will include DevOps automation patterns, the fundamentals of DevOps architecture and infrastructure as a code.

“DevOps is revolutionary however not always easy to adopt,” said Powell. “Our goal at StackStorm is to help companies adopt the best operational patterns of DevOps with the help of our 100% open source software and our work on projects like OpenStack Mistral. Collaboration is key to DevOps and open source, and we look forward to discussing what we have learned from 150+ engagements and sharing our approach at StackStorm.”

What:     StackStorm DevOps Webinar
 
When & Where:

Tuesday, July 22, 2014 at 11:30 a.m. PT; register here: http://bit.ly/1txdQeo

Thursday, July 24 at 8:00 am PT; register here: http://bit.ly/1tNC44i

 
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Follow StackStorm on Twitter @Stack_Storm

 
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For more information visit: http://stackstorm.com/news-events/

Evan will share his vision for self-driving data centers and introduce the audience to StackStorm. Patrick Hoolboom, engineer at StackStorm, who most recently led the DevOps effort at Cloudmark, will join Evan to tell StackStorm’s story. The interactive webinar will encourage attendees to actively participate throughout the discussion, along with an additional Q&A session at the end.

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About StackStorm

StackStorm is an emerging leader of the third wave of operations automation. Built from the ground up with DevOps in mind, StackStorm’s vision is a world of self-driving data centers that learn over time how to better operate themselves. StackStorm solutions leverage existing configuration management and monitoring solutions to deliver automation that safely ties together today's loosely coupled, heterogeneous, ever changing cloud infrastructures. The company was founded in 2013 and is headquartered in Palo Alto, California.

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