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Black Diamond: Jenkins, Deployit  & Continuous Delivery Black Diamond: Jenkins, Deployit & Continuous Delivery Presentation Transcript

  • Jenkins and Continual Delivery Boston January, 29, 2014
  • AGENDA 8:30 am Registration (Light breakfast provided) 9:30 am Welcome & Introduction Rich Duncan, Black Diamond Software 9:45 am The Three Pillars of Continuous Delivery: Culture, Tooling & Practices, Andrew Phillips, XebiaLabs 10:45 am The Next Step in Automation: Elastic Build Environments Kohsuke Kawaguchi, Jenkins and CloudBees 11:45 am Lunch (included) 12:45 pm Moving to Continuous Delivery Sunil Mavadia, DigitalGlobe
  • Andrew Phillips heads up product management at XebiaLabs. Andrew is an evangelist and thought leader in the devops, cloud and application release automation space. Andrew sits on the management team of XebiaLabs and drives product direction, positioning and planning. Introductions Rich Duncan is president and CTO of Black Diamond Software, where he leads a team of 50+ IT professionals. Rich has led enterprise process improvement initiatives, enterprise tooling roll-outs and software development projects for Fortune 500 organizations throughout North America. He is an expert in industry leading proprietary and open source ALM tool stacks, associated best practices and processes. Kohsuke Kawaguchi is the creator of Jenkins. He wrote the majority of the Jenkins core single-handedly. He has over 10 years of extensive experience in software development, ranging from Java to C++, .NET to x64 assembly, as well as system expertise on platforms including Windows, Linux and Solaris. This broad range of expertise was a key enabler in the development of various advanced features of Jenkins. Sunil Mavadia is manager, deployment and environment management at DigitalGlobe. DigitalGlobe owns and operates a sophisticated constellation of commercial earth imaging satellites and is the commercial imagery content leader. Sunil has 20 years of experience in SCM within both banking and aerospace. He is engaged heavily in continuous delivery as a process to improve the quality and accelerate delivery of DigitalGlobe applications. Jenkins and Continuous Delivery – Jan 29, 2014
  • Traditionally, cost models are created and reviewed exclusively by the operations teams that host and run the systems. Developers and development managers rarely see cost models and are almost never asked to help author them. As a result, development teams can unintentionally create code or prioritize features in ways that drive unintended costs, many of which manifest as deployment difficulties and delays. Remedy: the operations team engaged lead software developers and managers as coauthors and equal owners of the cost model. This collaborative approach to cost modeling increases transparency and helps foster a culture in which everyone understands and cares about how their choices affect operations.
  • The speed at which software is conceived, created, tested, deployed and used has been increasing so fast that enterprises are in continual realignment of their business with IT. In order to keep up with the pace that the business demands, organizations are having to rethink their structure and apply lean and agile end to end holistically. Agile and Lean frameworks have evolved to scale an organization both horizontally AND Vertically. One such framework is Dean Leffingwell’s SAFe.
  • AGENDA 8:30 am Registration (Light breakfast provided) 9:30 am Welcome & Introduction Rich Duncan, Black Diamond Software 9:45 am The Three Pillars of Continuous Delivery: Culture, Tooling & Practices, Andrew Phillips, XebiaLabs 10:45 am The Next Step in Automation: Elastic Build Environments Kohsuke Kawaguchi, Jenkins and CloudBees 11:45 am Lunch (included) 12:45 pm Moving to Continuous Delivery Sunil Mavadia, DigitalGlobe