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November 15, 2016 will see the first truly global, online DevOps Conference: All Day DevOps. Starting at 4:00am EST time (9:00am GMT), continuing through 8:00pm EST (12:00 midnight GMT), there will be three, simultaneous tracks, each track containing 18, 30-minute presentations, for a total of 27 hours of presentations. Let us know which sessions are of interest to you.

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Tuesday, November 15 • 6:30pm - 7:00pm
Continuous Delivery Pipeline - Patterns and Anti-patterns

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Continuous Delivery (CD) is important for a business to be sustainable. However, CD is not a discipline on it’s own (not yet), and the science behind it is rarely covered in schools.

The intended audience for this talk are engineers, architects and technical managers who are starting out to build Continuous Delivery Pipelines, or are seeking to improve ROI on their existing investments.

Every company aspires to sustainably flow their ideas into the hands of their customers, and reduce Time2Market. This talk goes into the heart of this burning topic and provides technical recipes that the audience can take away.

This talk would cover:

a) Domain Driven Design (DDD) for CD, based on concepts authored by Eric Evans

The Continuous Delivery Pipeline can be modeled as a domain.

b) How the CD Pipeline, along with its assets, can be orchestrated with Jenkins

The Continuous Delivery Pipeline domain can be orchestrated with Jenkins 2.0, aka Pipeline-as-code. Each box in the model could be authored as a stage in Jenkinsfile.

c) Pipeline patterns and anti-patterns

There are some trends that are consistently observed in the industry.

d) KPIs to measure ROI from the Pipeline

“Show me the money!”. This is the “Jerry Maguire moment”, whereby the ROI is demonstrated.

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Juni Mukherjee

Consultant, Technical Council, LifeLock
Juni has worked as an Architect / Product Owner in Continuous Delivery projects for yet-to-be-famous tech startups and with well-established companies like Apple, Yahoo!, GoPro, ThoughtWorks, Walmart.com, Gap Inc. and PricewaterhouseCoopers Ltd. She is an author: a) Book: http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00VTZ2GSE/ | b) Articles: http://techbeacon.com/contributors/juni-mukherjee | c) Community participation... Read More →

Tuesday November 15, 2016 6:30pm - 7:00pm
CI/CD: Continuous Everything Live, Online