Continuous Discussions (#c9d9) Podcast Episode 57: DevOps and Docker at Scale
Containers are all the rage, and their adoption rate among enterprises is on the rise. This episode has to do with DevOps and Docker at Scale.
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Containers are all the rage, and their adoption rate among enterprises is on the rise. This episode has to do with DevOps and Docker at Scale and answers questions like:
How do containers power DevOps?
What are some of the challenges that come with containers?
How do you successfully incorporate Docker into Enterprise pipelines alongside legacy and traditional apps?
How do you go from a local Docker engine or a single-node setup to production?
How do you do it all at scale?
Watch the replay of the episode here:
This episode features:
Helping bringing #DevOps to the enterprise. Analyst @fixateio.
Software Developer at Code Authority. DevOps Specialist. Involved in Startup Strategy, Agile Culture, Cloud Infrastructure, Continuous Delivery.
Founder at Nirmata; DevOps practitioner.
On the next episode of Continuous Discussions:
Episode 58: Standardizing and Scaling DevOps Across the Organization
In this episode of #c9d9, we’ll talk about best practices for scaling DevOps across the enterprise with standardization of processes and consolidation of tools and environments.
This episode will feature:
Industry analyst with @VDC_Research – covering software and systems development solutions and trends, Agile, DevOps, IoT, ALM, PLM.
Author of book Managing Software Debt, Principal Product Manager for Spring Cloud Services @pivotal.
Works as software developer. A Certified Scrum Master and Microsoft Certified Solutions Expert. Ride horses and write blogs during his free time.
A passionate Agile and DevOps Change Agent trying to make Software Delivery a more humane place to be.
Continuous Discussions (#c9d9) podcasts air every other Tuesday. See all episodes here.
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