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Getting Your DevOps-enabled Product Teams to See the Forest from the Trees

Agile and DevOps development styles rely on highly autonomous, self-contained teams working iteratively to deliver customer value.  As these teams work more independently, they can become very siloed. This leads to the potential of duplication of work, uncoordinated delivery of related features and making the wrong work investment tradeoffs.  They lack the ability to peer into related teams and the broader company initiatives raising risks in the delivery process.

Join Jeff Keyes and Simon King from Plutora on this discovery journey of enabling autonomous teams to see the larger picture – transparently – enhancing the tools you already use.

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