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The DevOps Institute's mission is to set the standard in DevOps training. Ranger4's DevOpsologist, Helen Beal is on the DOI Board of Regents and Ranger4 is a DOI Registered Education Partner. Our trainers deliver the courses onsite, as Public Schedule (see the list of upcoming classes here) and online.


DORA (DevOps Research and Assessment) is the team behind the annual State of DevOps Report - Dr. Nicole Forsgren, Gene Kim and Jez Humble. Using the data science behind the annual reports, DORA have built a private assessment tool that allows us to break the constraints on our physical assessment approach and extend baselining capabilities to enterprises comprised of thousands of individuals.


Dynatrace is the innovator behind the industry’s premier digital performance platform, making real-time information about digital performance visible and actionable for everyone across business and IT. We help customers of all sizes see their applications and digital channels through the lens of their end users. More than 8,000 organizations use these insights to master complexity, gain operational agility and grow revenue by delivering amazing customer experiences.


Ranger4 are a GamingWorks Gold Partner and the first organisation worldwide to offer GamingWorks' new DevOps game based on The Phoenix Project (the seminal novel about DevOps from Gene Kim, George Spafford and Kevin Behr). If you're interested, you can book yours here.


Still a goliath in the technology world, IBM don't stop moving with acquisitions like UrbanCode and Green Hat and developments such as BlueMix and Watson. Ranger4's long, pedigree heritage as a Premier Partner puts us front and centre. So much so, that in 2015 IBM awarded us Outstanding DevOps solution worldwide.

You've got an artifact respository, right? Chances are it's Nexus from Sonatype with over 90,000 installations worldwide. Next you need to take total control of your software supply chain and discover your total technology footprint and risks you might be facing since you've built your apps (quite rightly) using open source software components.