Webinar: Keeping Software Devs Happy by Automating Open Source Pains
Enterprise software developers have been leaving in droves as part of the Great Resignation, demoralized by increased workloads and repetitive tasks. For managers, this means finding ways to automate the pain of managing open source environments, so your teams can focus on what they love to do best – coding.
After all, setting up consistent, reproducible runtime environments for Python, Perl, etc. is a full-time effort, requiring developers to continuously build and update dependencies and troubleshoot issues while adhering to security and license compliance policies.
In this webinar for Dev and DevOps leaders, we discuss how to automate the open source environment burden, thereby maximizing the happiness of your development teams and freeing them to focus on value-add activities like getting new features out the door.
- How to take the time, hassle, and risk out of open source development projects
- How to maximize the reliability of your open source builds without adding time or costs
- The pros and cons of “self-vendoring”
- How managed distributions can help eliminate the “cons” of self-vendoring
Who Should Watch: Software/Application Development Managers and Team Leads who want to retain – rather than retrain – valuable developers, and focus on value-add activities.
Enterprise software developers are leaving in droves. Learn how to automate open source pains so your team can stay happy and productive.
Presented by ActiveState Experts:
Loreli Cadapan, VP of Product
Shane Warden, Director of Engineering