“DevOps” is the latest rage. Leading edge companies like Netflix, Etsy, and Intuit (the “Unicorns”) have transformed their I.T. Development and Operations organizations into a new culture known as DevOps: Development and Operations working collaboratively together to accelerate the pace of software and application delivery. But they didn’t implement DevOps. A DevOps transformation to their culture was the outcome of their implementation of continuous delivery of software. Continuous delivery is a process that applies automation and orchestration technologies to the application lifecycle. In this webinar you will learn how your organization can implement continuous delivery as a step toward your own DevOps transformation. With continuous delivery, you can accelerate application delivery which will allow I.T. to better meet the needs of the organization. With continuous delivery, I.T. becomes a business enabler.
Event recorded Wednesday April 22nd, 2015
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Alan Shimel, Editor-in-Chief of DevOps.com. An often-cited personality in the security and technology community and a sought-after speaker at industry and government events. Alan has helped build several successful technology companies by combining a strong business background with a deep knowledge of technology.
As CloudBees’ Sr. Director of Product Marketing, Dan Juengst leads the product marketing efforts for the CloudBees Continuous Delivery Platform powered by Jenkins. Dan brings 20+ years of high tech experience to CloudBees with expertise in grid computing, high performance computing, and application performance. Dan has worked as both customer and vendor at both startups and enterprises. Dan’s resume includes Red Hat, Sun Microsystems, SGI, Wily Technology, Terracotta, and Lockheed Martin where he started his career computing hypersonic reacting airflows around Mach 30 flight vehicles.