Whether you’re in IT, DevOps, or you’re a business leader trying to guide your organization through these uncertain times, there’s one thing that unites us all: it can be difficult to keep up.
That’s because the demands of our so-called new normal test our businesses in new ways, leaving us to both manage day-to-day operations while hitting fast-forward on a multitude of digital transformation efforts.
But there’s one thing that can help guide you through the uncertainty: Hearing from the people who have been there, done that, and have the insights you need to learn faster, build smarter, and innovate despite all the change.
That’s why we’re excited to launch Shifting Left, an all-new IT content series from AppDynamics.
With the launch of Shifting Left, we’re doubling down on our efforts to provide the news, information, tools, and resources you need to align IT and the business, as well as accelerate growth. Each track in the series — Learn, Grow, and Build — has something different to offer IT practitioners, business leaders, and deeply technical audiences. Here’s a quick overview of the three tracks.
For IT managers and professionals ready to hit fast-forward on digital transformation, the Learn track is a resource for live and on-demand webinars that will help you master the basics of application performance monitoring, and see how emergent trends are shaping the IT and digital experience landscapes.
As demand for application performance monitoring increases, stay in the loop with the latest news and information about the challenges and opportunities IT and business leaders are facing. We’ll be talking to IT industry veterans and experts to provide you with the latest insights for driving continuous digital transformation and ensuring business continuity in these unusual times.
Businesses are leveraging digital experiences to differentiate products, and developers are under intense pressure to deploy new code and fix issues faster than ever before. The Build content track will be focused on how to tackle these increasing challenges while still driving efficiency and accelerating the pace of technical innovation.