Continuous Discussions Podcast: DevOps and CD for Non-Web Applications
Implementing Continuous Delivery is for more than just web applications, IoT, embedded systems, and hardware are starting to get in on the game.
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if you think that devops is only for web apps – think again!
some of the largest organizations in the world – doing hardware manufacturing, embedded systems and iot – are proving the value of devops for the delivery of complex physical products that are integrated with software components.
this morning on #c9d9 we talked about devops and continuous delivery for non-web applications.
- what are the differences between cd for webware and firmware?
- what are the challenges and patterns for successfully implementing devops for non-web apps?
watch the replay of the episode
this episode features:
j. paul reed
j. paul reed has over 15 years experience in the trenches as a build/release engineer, working with such companies as vmware, mozilla, symantec, and salesforce. he speaks internationally on release engineering, devops, operational complexity, and human factors.
author of “ continuous delivery pipeline – where does it choke? “.
enabling enterprise software for continuous everything.
esg industry analyst covering application development and deployment software.
on the next episode of continuous discussions:
this episode will feature:
co-founder and cto of @wealthbar and found of vancouver @polyglotconf. building for the web with rails and angular. vim user.
daniel is the cto of yodle, a saas platform for small businesses, where continuous delivery is a way of life.
pete is an architect specialising in automated testing, push button deployments and team organisation for business intelligence.
continuous discussions (#c9d9) is a bi-weekly series. see all episodes here .
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