Your business has grown from a startup of five people to a full-blown organization of 100 … congrats! But, now what? The practices that worked for a smaller company may have worked as you first started growing, but now it’s time to scale operations to fit your new needs. Just like a kid outgrowing their clothes, your organization needs a new “wardrobe,” and scalability is key for long-term success.
This year’s virtual conference—scheduled for Sept. 28-30—will offer a number of breakout sessions, panels and keynotes focused on scalability within enterprises. If you’re ready to scale within your business, here are a few sessions from this year’s conference to help get you started.
From Startup To Enterprise—Sustainably Scaling
Many organizations struggle to scale DevOps culture as they grow. Now it’s time to say goodbye to the startup phase and hello to thinking like an enterprise.
Alston Rousseau, director of software delivery at Campspot and Kailene Cloud, director of talent acquisition at Bonusly, will walk attendees through the investment needed to sustainably scale operations, development and culture. Plus, they will share tips for finding more value in existing commitments to money spending, time and diversity in DevOps and how this approach applies to organizations with and without high compliance requirements.
Scaling up Car Configuration: From a Statically Hosted Front End to Universally Rendered Services
Over the past year, tech company Code Orange made the transition from a traditional API/SPA split to a much more technically challenging server-rendered SPA with full cache handover.
In this breakout session led by Niels Hoiting, a developer at Code Orange, attendees will learn more about Code Orange’s transition from API/SPA split to server-rendered SPA while analyzing the pitfalls that can arise in the transition and how to optimize compute spend to best handle a specific workload.
Leveraging CloudBees to Scale Satellite Ground System Emulation in Multifaceted Virtual Environments
Aerospace and defense technology manufacturer Raytheon Technologies has successfully implemented CI/CD pipelines for the test and near-operational integration of both software and hardware for a global satellite ground system.
In this breakout session led by Casey Jackman, deputy of GPS Product Factory at Raytheon, attendees will discover how Raytheon uses simulated satellite control stations in virtual private clouds for CI, test and check-out. Additionally, Casey will share how the team met challenges in initial pipeline generation between multiple disparate target environments with AWS and on-premise data centers.
Think it’s time to scale your organization? Register now for DevOps World 2021 to get started.