Dear Customers and Members of the Community, We are living in unprecedented times. The OpsMx team and I would first like to say that our thoughts are with you, your families, and co-workers and we hope you are staying safe and healthy during this challenging time. As a globally distributed company, OpsMx has always had a strong remote and work from home culture. As such, I would also like to let our customers, partners, and the broader community know that, while much has changed in the last 30 days, our commitment and ability to serve and help you has not. We are able to provide 24×7 Support according to SLAs.  As we collectively adjust to the new reality of working remotely and from home, one thing remains constant. Enterprises must continue to adapt and evolve, meet these new challenges, and stay focused on delivering value to customers. For many, there will be an increased focus on digital channels and an increased urgency for Continuous Delivery, Continuous Verification, and other transformational projects and initiatives. Our goal is always to provide you with the help and resources you need to be successful. With that in mind, I would like to let you know about some initiatives we have begun to provide expanded online help, educational content, and events for our customers and members of the broader community.  We want to help in any way we can, so please reach out to us. Specifically, to do our part to contribute to the Spinnaker community, we are offering for the next 45 days: 

  • Help with Spinnaker Proof of Concepts 
  • Help with Automated Verification PoCs (for Jenkins, Spinnaker other CD Platforms).
  • Expanded Online Webinars and Tech Talks 

Here are some specific ways OpsMx is helping in these difficult times.

Complimentary Spinnaker Proof of Concept (POC)

To help companies get started with Continuous Delivery we are waiving all costs associated with Spinnaker Standard  POCs. If your organization needs to deliver faster with higher confidence and lower risk, let’s discuss how we can help you achieve enterprise-scale continuous delivery in as little as 30 days with OpsMx Enterprise for Spinnaker. Contact us at [email protected] or at

Complimentary Automated Verification PoC (For Jenkins, Spinnaker other Continuous Delivery Platforms).

To help companies Automate their Release Risk Assessment with (Continuous Verification) we are waiving all costs associated with AutoPilot POCs. If you are already doing Continuous Delivery but not fully realizing the benefits of automation? Let’s talk about how AI-driven Continuous Verification is the future, enabling automation of new release verification, reducing time-consuming and error-prone manual verification and drastically reducing bad releases. Contact us at [email protected] or at

Expanded Online Webinars and Tech Talks

Like many of you, the OpsMx team was looking forward to connecting with the community at conferences, meetups, and other events in 2020.  To provide the community with more options for learning, we will be expanding our online event calendar with additional dates and topics we had planned to present to you at in-person events. We’ll also be adding some new shorter formats like Tech Talks, which you can attend live or view on-demand from anywhere. You can view our April events and register to attend here. Let us know about the challenges you are facing and how we can help. We look forward to hearing from you at [email protected], or better yet on Slack. Please stay safe. Sincerely, Gopal Dommety  Founder & Chief Executive Officer

Gopal Dommety

Gopal Dommety is the CEO of OpsMx. OpsMx was founded with the vision of “delivering applications with no human intervention". OpsMx Enterprise for Spinnaker, a multi-cloud, and cloud-native Continuous Delivery Platform, is trusted by many Fortune-100 enterprises. Previously he was the CEO of N42 and held senior roles at Cisco. Gopal studied Computer Science at IIT (Kharagpur), Finance & Public Policy at Stanford University, and obtained a Ph.D. in Large Scale Distributed Systems from Ohio State University. He was awarded 61 US Patents and designed widely deployed and popular Internet Protocols.


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