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Incorporating DevOps Into the Development of Dell’s Active System Manager

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Incorporating DevOps Into the Development of Dell’s Active System Manager

How Dell is incorporating DevOps tools and practices into their software development.

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As Dell as a company continues to evolve we have started implementing DevOps practices in our software development. Dell IT is employing DevOps as are some of our product development teams.

In the following video, systems engineer Chris Gully explains how Dell’s Active System Manager has incorporated DevOps into its development. The audio could be a bit better so you’ll have to crank it up a bit for Chris. :)


Some of the ground Chris covers:

  • What is the Dell Active Systems Manager (ASM)
  • Putting the ASM code up on GitHub
  • Their path from Dev -> IT -> Ops -> Customer -> Feedback
  • What were some of the issues the team had to overcome when implementing

Extra-credit reading

  • Active System Manager code on GitHub
  • Pau for now…

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