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Hilarious Song Heralds the DevOpsDays Sessions Unveiling

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Hilarious Song Heralds the DevOpsDays Sessions Unveiling

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In response to accelerated release cycles, a new set of testing capabilities is now required to deliver quality at speed. This is why there is a shake-up in the testing tools landscape—and a new leader has emerged in the just released Gartner Magic Quadrant for Software Test Automation.

Some of the session titles are now out for the DevOpsDay conference scheduled for April 2-3 2012 in Austin, TX.  


The main presentations so far include:

Security Loves Devops - James Turnbull
 
How a BigCo actually got some innovation done - Michael Coté

DevOpsSec - Applying Devops Principles to Application Security at Etsy - Nick Galbreath


Another panel session will introduce you to some of the more obscure tools coming emerging from the community: Juju, Crowbar, Puppet, Chef, and Pallet

The registrations are also now open for the Mountain View, CA DevOpsDays on June 28-29 right after the Velocity 2012 conference.

But the best part of this whole announcement is the "DevOpsDays Song,"  which is just... wow.... you really just have to hear it yourself:



If that doesn't make you want to attend, I don't know what else will.

Recently published 5th annual Software Fail Watch Report identified 606 recorded software fails impacting half of the world’s population (3.7 billion people), $1.7 trillion in assets, and 314 companies. Our advice: Rethink your testing strategies and approach to quality so they’re not finding it in your next release.

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