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UP NEXT: Part 6: Sept. 19 @ 1PM ET | 10AM PT

In today’s fast-paced and ever-changing technological landscape, it’s crucial for organizations to be agile and efficient. To achieve this, optimizing flow in the software delivery value stream is key. And the answer is pattern thinking and automation patterns.

Welcome to a series of microwebinars that will unfold the importance of automating using pattern recognition; automation patterns that’ll accelerate DevOps and Agile; and a lot more.

Featured Speakers: Lance Knight, Chief Value Stream Strategist, ValueOps at Broadcom, and David Rubinstein, Editor-in-Chief @ SD Times & VSM Times

Part 6: Transform Your Workflow: Top Automation Patterns for Project and Portfolio Management

Do you struggle to identify bottlenecks in your workflows or find ways to optimize your organization’s value stream? Are you constantly trying new solutions to streamline your workflow, increase productivity, and boost your bottom line? In this webinar, we’ll explore the top value stream automation patterns that can help navigate common challenges faced by PPM managers and how they can use automation patterns to simplify processes, eliminate waste, and improve efficiency.



Growth of cloud computing and the preference for data-driven decision-making have led to a steady increase in investments in observability over the years. Telemetry data is becoming recognized as not only critical for maintaining a company’s infrastructure but also for aiding security and business teams in making informed decisions. In fact, according to Ventana Research, over half of organizations plan to increase their investment in observability technology through 2026 to accelerate the value generated from telemetry data.

However, just increasing investment in observability technology is not enough. To unlock the full potential of telemetry data, organizations must address growing data volume and complexity. Organizations must define winning strategies that can help them derive insights and get faster time to value while ensuring regulatory compliance. This can be challenging and overwhelming!

Don’t let these challenges hold you back! The on-demand video with Mezmo Sr. Director of Product Ashka Vakil, and Ventana Research VP & Research Director Matt Aslett provides a riveting look into their proven strategies for maximizing your observability investments. They discuss and share best practices and considerations to make for defining a streamlined strategy for your telemetry data.

Here is a sneak peek at some of the topics they addressed:

  • Balancing greater insight with the cost of managing higher data volumes
  • Better understanding of the business context
  • Addressing data distribution and fragmentation
  • And more!

Gain a better understanding of how to maximize the value of your telemetry data and improve observability across your organization. Watch the video!



Software supply chain attacks mainly happen because 80-90% of all software developed relies on third party dependencies. Most of these attacks don’t happen with the dependencies you implicitly state but the transitive dependencies they rely on. The most dangerous of these attacks happen on a “Zero Day” which is where a vulnerability is found with no patch or fix available. There are 3 types of “Zero Day” which can affect a companies’ reputation, credibility, and financials:

  • Zero Day Vulnerability
  • Zero Day Exploit
  • Zero Day Attack

In this webinar, William Manning, Solution Architect @ JFrog showed us how to use the JFrog Platform to combat these potential threats to organizations throughout the Software Development Life Cycle (SDLC). We discussed:

  • Types of Zero days
  • Front-line defense – “Shift Left” using automated evaluation, IDE plugins, and our CLI
  • “Blast Radius” – just because you discovered a zero day in one project doesn’t mean it isn’t affecting other projects. Find all usage of any “Zero Day”
  • Jira and Slack integrations for faster notifications, actions and remediation.
  • Integration into SDLC CI tools

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Security is inherently more expensive if organizations find vulnerabilities after deployment, rather than incorporated into the lifecycle via security assurance (SA). If security isn’t incorporated early and often, major consequences could happen, such as:

  • Financial loss
  • Reputational damage
  • Data loss (company or customer)
  • IP theft
  • And much more!

This report will show you how and where to seamlessly integrate security throughout the entire development lifecycle, without having to slow app development teams down.

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Sumo Logic is named a strong performer in the Forrester Research, Inc. report: “The Forrester Wave: Security Analytics Platforms, Q4 2022.” We believe the results in this evaluation also reflect the trust customers place in our SaaS security analytics platform to help ensure application reliability, secure and protect their organizations against modern threats, while gaining insights into their cloud infrastructures.

Reference customers highlight that the offering scales well and is suitable for multiple use cases across the organization including security, R&D, site reliability engineering, and DevOps.
    – Allie Mellen, Sr. Analyst, Forrester Research

Download your own copy of this Forrester report, compliments of Sumo Logic, to learn:

  • Why Sumo Logic is named a Strong Performer
  • How Sumo stacks up against the 13 other vendors
  • Forrester’s vision and guidance for evaluating security analytics platforms

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Why is digital customer experience important?

Secure and reliable digital experiences are essential to modern-day living, and of course are a priority for product and development teams in digital-first organizations. Creating and maintaining them is also hard, and when it comes to increasing user acquisition and retention, while building a sense of trust, exceptional digital interactions and services are required.

That’s where this easy-to-read infographic comes in – it provides you with six strategies to:

  • Resolve friction points
  • Identify opportunities for greater customer satisfaction
  • Secure digital services

Download this infographic, check out the six strategies, and deliver happy users.

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Sumo Logic’s Continuous Intelligence Platform for Application Observability enables faster issue resolution and root cause analysis with seamless integration between performance monitoring, distributed transaction tracing, and logs.

Learn more about what it is and what it can do for you!

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As an innovative tech company that processes billions of events to support its customer use cases, PagerDuty relies on real-time data to understand performance—from the platform’s core infrastructure to several hundred microservicess running in AWS to efficiently manage customer inquiries and support operations. Data intelligence is essential for PagerDuty to deliver on its SLA commitments for a high-quality customer experience.

Download the case study today!

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The leading provider of enterprise resource planning (ERP) systems for aerospace, defense, healthcare, hospitality, human resource management and automotive industries is applying a cloud-first strategy to support its more than 58 million users on AWS and Microsoft Azure.

To help its customers achieve business-wide digital transformation, the company needed the right data and insights to understand how development releases impact user experience. With software delivery as a backbone of the business, the company needed fast access to data so support operations could quickly analyze issues as they arise and provide customers with rapid incident response and resolution.


Sumo Logic stood out amongst the many options because of its robust, cloud-native platform that would readily scale to support the company’s 12 TB of daily logging volume. The company adopted Sumo Logic to deliver on its vision of centralizing telemetry data to gain granular visibility across DevOps, InfoSec, infrastructure and other teams.


Real-time visibility accelerates troubleshooting and improves software release quality

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Weverse is a global fandom platform with a vision to innovate fandom culture by expanding customer experience. Currently, Weverse has users in 238 countries with 6.4 million monthly active users (MAU). The goal is to create a place for K-pop artists to connect with fans through articles, videos, blogs and live interactions in official fan communities.


Sumo Logic has improved operational efficiency across Weverse. By utilizing insights from Sumo Logic, Weverse plans to accelerate platform innovation. Weverse improved service quality through Sumo Logic while reducing the cost of managing debug logs (error resolution records). In the future, Weverse will use debug logs to release new and innovative services.


Reduction in log data management cost

By using Sumo Logic, logs were collected stably despite explosive data changes, and through log management by tiers, they achieved a significant cost reduction making the costs of log management reasonable.

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Gartner defines the application performance monitoring (APM) and observability market as software that enables the observation and analysis of application health, performance and user experience.

Sumo Logic’s customers leverage its unified platform to address multiple use cases to manage the reliability and security of cloud-native apps with disruptive economics.

Access the 2022 Gartner Magic Quadrant for APM and Observability, compliments of Sumo Logic, to understand:

  • Why Sumo Logic was named a Challenger in the report
  • APM and observability evaluation criteria
  • Understand the strengths and cautions of Sumo Logic

In addition to its placement in the Magic Quadrant for APM and Observability, Sumo Logic was named a Visionary in the 2021 Gartner Magic Quadrant for Security Information and Event Management (SIEM).

“We believe that our position as a Challenger is a testament to Sumo Logic’s ability to provide enterprises with cloud-native tools to deliver reliable digital experiences at scale,” said Erez Barak, VP of Product Development for Observability at Sumo Logic. “Full-stack observability starts with simplifying how logs, metrics and traces are collected to give organizations every advantage available to manage modern applications.”

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