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Coming to a City Near You: Data for DevOps Lunch

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In 2008, just as DevOps was emerging, Delphix started solving a problem that didn't quite have a name.

In 2008, just as Devops was emerging, Delphix started solving a problem that didn't quite have a name. We knew from the jaw drops of disbelief and burgeoning excitement that always followed our demos that we were on the verge of something revolutionary. After reading Gene Kim's call to action in The Phoenix Project – to find and remove the constraint – it became clear that the constraint Delphix removes is the physical limitations of data, allowing for real-time data delivery. In other words, Delphix closes the data gap.

Gene went on to co-write another book, The DevOps Handbook, a guide to understanding, explaining, and implementing DevOps culture, process and tools. Whereas the understanding of the data gap was limited three years ago, today over 30% of the Fortune 500 use Delphix to address that bottleneck.

Last week, Gene hosted a webinar with Adam Bowen to discuss The DevOps Handbook and the constraint of data within DevOps workflows. Now, we're taking that discussion on the road, bringing Gene's valuable insights to five cities in the US. Adam Bowen along with other DevOps advocates will share their DevOps journeys.

We invite you to join us for lunch in one of the five following towns, for an impassioned discussion about best practices in DevOps:

Everyone who attends will receive a complimentary copy of The DevOps Handbook - epiphanies included. Hope to see you there!

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