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Application Development’s Journey from Speed to Awareness

By Dennis Drogseth, VP of Research,  IT Megatrends, Analytics and CMDB Systems, EMA

In 2019, EMA completed a provocative study, titled “Optimizing DevOps Initiatives: The View from Both Sides.” The report and analysis have proven to be worthy backdrops for our current groundbreaking research, “The State of Modern Application Development: A Journey from Speed to Awareness.” Our data shows clear signs of progress on multiple fronts, but also raises many questions about challenges and disconnects.

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Risky Business: How Secure Are You?

Shift to a risk-based approach for modern security operations

Thursday, August 26
10 am Pacific | 1 pm Eastern

Register for this informative webinar hosted by EMA and Netenrich to:

  • Get details about new risk-based approaches to modernizing security operations.
  • Learn how enterprises are shifting towards proactive, continuous and predictive security operations.

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Extended Detection and Response in the Cloud

Listen to this podcast featuring Chris Steffen, research director at EMA, and John Morgan, CEO at Confluera, to learn more about extended detection and response in the cloud.

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Survey: AIOps-Driven Network Management Can Make Your Business Run Better

EMA recently published “Revolutionizing Network Management with AIOps,” a report that found 90% of the surveyed networking pros believe applying AIOps to network management can lead to better business outcomes for an overall enterprise. Individuals who had gone beyond the research phase to have actual hands-on experience with AIOps were the most enthusiastic about these potential benefits.

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Post-Pandemic Networking: Enabling the Work-From-Anywhere Enterprise

This new research from EMA, based on a survey of 312 IT professionals, explores how enterprise IT organizations are adjusting their network infrastructure and operations to the massive and permanent increase in people who are working from home. It also explores the ripple effects this paradigm shift is having on on-premises network infrastructure.

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