I’ve just registered for the CloudBees continuous delivery summit in London on 9th September.
I’ve been drawn to continuous integration/delivery ever since I joined a company that had adopted zero continuous integration practices; I’m talking a fully manual process from commit, to build, to copy an artefact to a production environment. I implemented a number of improvements there, and brought that experience to my current company, but I still feel like I’m only just scratching the surface. So I was pumped at the prospect of a free seminar with what looks to be a pretty good lineup:
|8:00||Registration (includes continental breakfast)|
|9:00||The Business of Continuous Delivery - Kurt Bittner, Forrester Research|
|9:45||Orchestrating the Continuous Delivery Process - Steve Harris, CloudBees|
|11:00||Automating Software Deployment: The Final Frontier - Andrew Phillips, XebiaLabs|
|11:45||Continuous Delivery in the Real World|
|14:00||Jenkins for Continuous Delivery - Kohsuke Kawaguchi, CloudBees|
|14:30||Accelerating Application Delivery with Continuous Testing - SOASTA|
|15:00||Deployment Automation - MidVision|
|16:00||Automating Infrastructure - Nick Barringer, Puppet Labs|
|16:30||Successfully Implementing Continuous Delivery - Mark Rendell, Accenture|
|17:00||Panel: Ask the Experts|
|17:30||Reception: Continuous Beer Delivery|
I’m just a little bit optimistic that I might get to meet Kohsuke Kawaguchi, the creator of Jenkins. If I had one, he’d probably make my Wall of Legends.
You can check out the blog post about the summit here. All attendees get a copy of The Pheonix Project (although I’ve already read it). There’s no mention of the London event on either the web page or the blog post, but you can register for the event at Eventbrite.
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