Ship production ready services without the tedious checklists.
Getting developers interested in spending cycles on operational excellence is hard. Join OpsLevel co-founders John Laban and Ken Rose for a live session on aligning incentives across your engineering organization.
How to Get Developers to Care About Production Readiness
Join us virtually on July 19th at 12PM ET. John and Ken will review why production readiness matters and then go deeper on:
- Why grades or compound metrics are superior to scorecards
- Automated proof of work (no, not crypto) as a touchstone
- Continuous deployment as the carrot and red tape as the stick
See OpsLevel in action and learn how smart teams are striking the balance between development velocity and engineering standards.
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