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Continuous Discussions (#c9d9): Episode 31 Recap – Cloud Resources and Your CD Pipeline

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Continuous Discussions (#c9d9): Episode 31 Recap – Cloud Resources and Your CD Pipeline

Check out Continuous Discussions, episode 31 as Jason Skowronski and Roy Osherove talk cloud resources for your CD pipeline!

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Slide11Earlier this morning on #c9d9 we talked about the drivers for using cloud resources along the different stages of your pipeline. We also talked about some of the challenges and best practices for streamlining your processes when using the cloud to empower developers to go fast, while ensuring governance and control.

Watch the Replay of this episode:


This episode features:

Jason SkowronskiJason Skowronski

Jason is a Product Manager at Loggly. Their cloud-based tools help dev/ops folks to monitor production systems and troubleshoot problems.

                         @mostlyjason | mostlyjason.com/blog/

Roy OsheroveRoy Osherove

Roy Is the Author of “Beautiful Builds” and “The Art of Unit Testing”. He works as a DevOps process lead and senior testing architect at EMC.

                         @royosherove | BeautifulBuilds.com

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On the next episode of Continuous Discussions:

We are taking time off for the holidays, and we’ll be back on January 12 to kick off the 2016 season of #c9d9!

Cloud-environments-cd-pipelineEpisode 32: Orchestrating Your Testing Suite

Join us on January 12 to discuss best practices for test automation and orchestrating your entire test suite as part of your end-to-end CD pipeline.

Learn how to get 20x more performance than Elastic by moving to a Time Series database.

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devops ,cloud ,pipeline ,continuous delivery

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