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Cloud-native Authorization with Tim Hinrichs


The Google Cloud and DORA research team recently launched the 2022 industry wide survey to collect insights for the 2022 State of DevOps report and would love your input!

The Accelerate State of DevOps report is the largest and longest running research of its kind, providing insight into how we can improve software delivery performance with DevOps. By completing the survey, you get to shape the conversation surrounding DevOps along with over 32 thousand software professionals who took the survey over the past seven years.

So what are you waiting for? Take the survey at cloud.google.com/devops

 

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