Over 60% of European organizations believe that software-first strategies are critical to digital business
success. As a result, strengthening and modernizing app dev and delivery capacity is a key priority on 2022
As the digital demands of the business continue to escalate, software delivery teams are under extraordinary
pressure to deliver more work faster, putting dev productivity in the spotlight. IDC data highlights high
ambitions for organizations across EMEA to further decrease development lead time by 35% in 2022. Speed,
however, counts for little if teams are held back by operational challenges such as security and application
As many organizations have come to learn, running modern-day app environments is hard, particularly in the
context of deep technical complexity, growing security risks and the high shortage of skills capable to operate
such landscapes at scale.
Furthermore, low-level technical chores provide minimal business differentiation while over burdening
developer teams. High-value developers want to focus on writing applications that delight customers and
drive value add for the business, and not getting trapped in mundane tasks.
To compete effectively under the current skills constraints, organizations need to shift towards adaptive
application approaches where security is baked in as code and compliant infrastructure is dynamically
optimized for the best app performance.
On June 15, 2022 join IDC's webinar, co-hosted with Red Hat and NGINX, to discuss how we can drive
adaptive application strategies to enable developer and delivery teams to focus on what matters for the
The webinar will discuss:
• Board level expectations for app delivery in 2022
• Friction points to operating modern app environments at scale
• How to free-up app delivery teams from infrastructure chores to write apps.