DevOps is a hot topic these days, but even amidst culture changes and new tool adoptions, some organizations still struggle to determine its value. The adoption of open source technologies and agile methodologies, and a changing landscape for supporting new enterprise strategies are causing a shift in what DevOps traditionally means for businesses. Innovations such as microservices, containerization and cloud native are becoming de-facto considerations in many organizations and are leading to new ways of developing team dynamics, changing development methodologies and improved time to market strategies. These new innovations and ways of working have often led to the adoption of new DevOps tools and processes without a successful means for tracking their performance and value to the enterprise. In this presentation, Eric Tice will discuss the elements that will help you succeed in building a strong DevOps culture and how leveraging increased observability across your DevOps platform with tools like Hygieia can yield metrics that help improve application stability, performance and time to market.