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How You Can Reduce Time-to-Market With Cross-Stack Orchestration

Wed, Jun 5, 2019 12:00 PM CDT{LOCAL_TZ}

How You Can Reduce Time-to-Market With Cross-Stack Orchestration

Content by ASG Technologies, Inc.

Wed, Jun 5, 2019 12:00 PM CDT


Critical value streams span stacks, need orchestration to meet goals

IT leaders are increasingly rewarded on the outcomes of critical enterprise value 
streams – end-to-end processes that generate value for customers and for the 
organization. Such value streams inevitably span multiple technology stacks, with 
the mainframe core being critical to success.

Datacenter professionals improve their management of these multi-stack processes 
by combining orchestration across all the necessary stacks and operating from a unified 
view and control panel.

During this webinar, we will answer your critical value stream questions, including:
  • What are enterprise value streams and why are they important?
  • How are enterprise value streams currently managed, and what are the risks?
  • How can I manage enterprise value streams to reduce errors, risk and most importantly, time-to-market?
Featured Speaker:


Jeff Cherrington
VP, Product Management, Systems

ASG Technologies, Inc.



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