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Improving Pipeline Efficiency With Enhanced Notifications and Response Automation


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Sponsored by XMATTERS

Wednesday, July 21, 2021
3 p.m. ET

Continuous integration and delivery (CI/CD) pipeline can help a DevOps team establish uninterrupted delivery and flow of information, resulting in maximization of the team's productivity.

Join Everbridge on July 21, as we discuss: 

  • Improving resolution time of CI/CD issues that require intervention 
  • Speeding up pipeline gates that require human decisions
  • "Enriching pipeline notifications with context to make them more actionable"
  • "How can this also improve output quality and incident response?"
Eric Maxwell
Solutions Architect - Xmatters, An Everbridge Company
Eric is a Solution Architect with xMatters, an Everbridge company, focused on helping customers going through digital transformation connect isolated systems and automate processes and user touchpoints. Previous to xMatters he spent 8 years at a large hardware and solutions corporation going through digital transformation. During this time he held roles as a product manager as well as managing SREs and operations within a development organization implementing Agile and DevOps concepts. He worked on a range of projects building platforms and services to help customers improve their customer experience through digital operations and interaction. This included transformations of their platform from on-prem to cloud, converting to containers, and implementing microservices.

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