Learn from real-world stories from presenters at the All Day DevOps conference …
Over the past few years, Fannie Mae transformed the way in which it delivered software. Deploys increased from 1,200 per month to 15,000 per month. At the same time, productivity increased by 28 percent while costs were reduced by 30 percent.
But, how did Fannie Mae do it?
During the All Day DevOps conference, more than 13,500 practitioners from around the world came together to learn from their peers in the industry. Barry Snyder, senior manager of DevOps at Fannie Mae, was one of 57 practitioners who shared his real-world journey through his enterprise transformation.
Choke Point or Checkpoint?
Eddie Webb, director of Software Delivery Platforms at Liberty Mutual, also shared his organization’s journey into DevOps. Eddie described how Liberty Mutual evolved its organization, tool chain and processes to go from 20 percent of builds being deployed to 60 percent over the past 18 months. He described how the company documented its value delivery chain and identified all of its choke points in the continuous delivery process that would need to be automated to achieve its new velocity and quality targets.
Run the Gauntlet
The All Day DevOps conference recorded more than 57 practitioner-led sessions (30 minutes each) including those from Barry and Eddie. Every session is now posted online and is free to watch. The conference itself had three tracks: CI/CD, Automated Security and Modern Infrastructure, including:
- Application Secret Management with KMS – Andrey Utis of Capital One
- Getting out of the Job Jungle with Jenkins – Damien Coraboeuf of Clear2Pay
- Serverful Computing – Taking One for the Team – Paul Czarkowski of Blue Box Group
One of the best ways to learn about DevOps is to hear from the experiences of others who have run the gauntlet. Take 30 minutes this morning, at lunch or at home this evening to watch your first online session with All Day DevOps On-Demand.