ITIL® & DevOps – A Marriage made in Heaven

Thursday, 24 January 2019, 7:00 PM - 8:00 PM (IST)

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When ITIL came up with its upgraded version, ITIL 4, Xellentro Consulting organised an informative webinar in conjugation with Axelos to help all the IT Service Management practitioners understand the details of this upgrade so that they learn how it complements DevOps.




The world is aware that DevOps is the need of the hour and since ITIL has changed to adapt to DevOps and Agile ways of working, it is mandatory for all practitioners to stay up-to-date and move to ITIL 4 as soon as possible.






Watch this webinar for a 360-degree view on ITIL4 and DevOps


As ITIL is coming out with the new version called ITIL 4, Xellentro has organised this webinar along with Axelos to inform all IT Service Management practitioners what to expect in ITIL 4 as to how it complements DevOps. Today DevOps is the need of the hour and ITIL has changed to adopt to Agile and DevOps ways of working and use agility in its own implementation. Everyone who has current ITIL certifications has to move to this new version.




Akshay Anand

Product Ambassador ITSM

Akshay Anand is a Product Ambassador at AXELOS®, working on the development of new guidance and research within the IT Service Management (ITSM) portfolio. He previously advised Fortune 100 clients on how to improve their ITSM capabilities, implemented toolsets such as Remedy and ServiceNow, and headed up global ITSM activities at Macmillan Publishing. He has spoken at numerous conferences, including British Computer Society, itSMF UK, Knowledge and DevOps Enterprise Summit, presenting case studies and thought leadership on ITIL, ITSM and Information Lifecycle Management (ILM). More recently, Akshay has focused on bringing together Agile development teams and ITSM professionals to address challenges posed by emerging technologies and market shifts, for example the consumerisation of IT, and the rise of mobile and cloud computing. He has worked in many countries around the world, including India, USA, and UK. He infrequently tweets as @bloreboy, about ITSM, comics, and heavy metal.