Check out the video replay to learn how CM fits in to Continuous Delivery and DevOps, and some best practices and tips for streamlining your CM efforts.
This episode features:
(In alphabetical order)
An Agile Software and DevOps advocate from Cleveland, founder of @inedo, who loves helping companies grow.
@apapadimoulis | http://thedailywtf.com
Software engineer on the core development team at SaltStack. His background is in Linux systems engineering and open-source software development.
@cachedout | www.saltstack.com/blog
Senior Software Engineer on the Electric Cloud engineering team. He is a full stack engineer and loves to hack on things.
@therealnikhil | http://electric-cloud.com.cn/blog/author/nvaze/
Product manager at Puppet Labs, responsible for the Puppet Forge. Ryan has tackled building services like Shibboleth, Samba and Zimbra across distributed environments and loves to chat about devops.
@ryanycoleman | http://puppetlabs.com/blog
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Efficient Resource Utilization
Make Efficient Use of Your Infrastructure and Time
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This episode features:
Flo is the CTO and co-founder at Codeship, a hosted continuous delivery service. He’s passionate about immutable infrastructure and helping teams build more productive processes.
@flomotlik | flomotlik.me blog.codeship.com
Michael has been straddling the world of Dev and Ops, now working remotely with teams across the world to help improve their workflows.
Shaun leads a team of Solutions Architects covering Southeast Asia for AWS. As a tech all-rounder from a sysadmin background, Shaun is passionate about helping customers build highly available, scalable applications. @shaunnorris
As a solutions engineer at Electric Cloud, Tanay solves complex software delivery problems for large enterprises.
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