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Rundeck at DevOps Events in Singapore 25-26 July
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Dawn van Hoegaerden
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This Wednesday, 26 July, Rundeck will be featured at a "mega-meetup" that is the combination of several local Singapore meetups. This meetup is being help in conjunction with the RSA conference being held at the Marina Bay Sands conference center.

Rundeck's Damon Edwards will also be speaking during RSA at DevOps.com's DevSecOps mini-conference on Tuesday July 25.  

The following are the details and how to get free admission to both events:

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TechBeacon: How IT Ops can Avoid the DevOps Capacity Crunch
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Damon Edwards

DevOps and digital transformations have brought an unprecedented increase in the pace and volume of daily change in IT. While this may sound like great news to development and product groups, IT operations management is often alarmed by the potential risk that its already overloaded workforce will be squeezed beyond the breaking point.

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Introduction to Docker Plugins for Rundeck
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Damon Edwards
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The rapid rise of Docker's container technology is redefining compute infrastructure. As our infrastructure evolves, the need for managing and supporting that infrastructure, and all of its various components, remains. We hear from users who want to use Rundeck to automate operations support procedures in all of their environments — legacy bare metal, virtual machines, and/or containers. In this video, Alex Honor gives an introduction to the Docker plugins for Rundeck. 

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The ROI of Self-Service Operations
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Damon Edwards
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Self-Service Operations is a design pattern that helps Operations teams decrease support costs while improving agility and responsiveness. Self-Service Operations enables you to safely shift operations activity to where your workforce can be best utilized. This includes moving the ability to take action, by pushing a button or calling an API, closer to the problem or party in need.

Employing Self-Service operations clearly benefits Operations teams, while also boosting the productivity of the teams that they serve and improving overall business efficiency. In high-performing companies that have already applied this design pattern, we've observed that the benefits accrued by each constituent group (Operations and the groups served by Operations) reinforce each other and compound over time.  

Calculating a return on investment for Self-Service Operations will always depend on a company's unique environment. However, we've found the following methods of measuring ROI to be effective for most organizations:  

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