StreamStep Launches “DevOps” On-Line Videos for New YouTube® Channel

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Brief, easy-to-follow, instructional videos on concepts and contexts in the fields of DevOps and Release Management to foster industry understanding

StreamStep, Inc., announced today it has created a new channel on YouTube featuring short educational videos covering the emerging IT areas of DevOps, Agile Development and Cloud Computing.

“We recognized a pressing need for information and insight with our customers, partners, and prospects – and we are addressing that need with direct, easy to digest summaries on important topics in application development, IT Operations and release management,” said Clyde Logue, Vice President, Product Management and Co-Founder of StreamStep, Inc. “Creating the StreamStep YouTube channel with straight-forward and brief videos was a natural extension for us to meet this market need. We are thus able to provide our expertise to a far larger audience than we would be able to reach other ways.

“The DevOps world is expanding at an outrageous clip, driven by agile and other methodologies, increased demands for timely releases and better coordination between development staff and IT operations to meet the business needs for application change and reliability,” continued Logue.

The StreamStep Video channel is available at:

About StreamStep, Inc.
StreamStep, Inc. is a software company that enables IT development and operations teams to deliver enterprise application changes faster and with fewer problems. StreamStep accelerates deployment by providing a process and automation platform that helps Fortune 1000 development organizations plan, execute and audit the increasing number of software release events, thus dramatically improving current manual and error-prone processes. Further information on StreamStep, Inc is available at

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