ServiceNow TechBytes is a Podcast Program hosted …
United States
62 episodes
since Sep, 2015


In this episode, Sree Subramaniam talks about new codeless Discovery patterns for discovering new resources and delivering new content through stores. This episode covers: Using patterns for codeless discovery Delivering new discovery patterns faster through stores Near-real-time discovery for Kubernetes containers New Discovery content for S3 storage, cloud resources, and more Use case: Discovery and Software Asset Management (SAM) deep dive Event-driven discovery for Kubernetes containers For more information, see: Product documentation: Discovery Your feedback helps us serve you better! Did you find this podcast helpful? Please leave a comment to tell us why or why not. To catch clips behind the scenes with our guests and hear about new episodes before they’re published, follow @NOWsupport on Twitter. You can also search Twitter using #SNtechbytes for previous podcasts, video clips and pictures.
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