Continuous Release / Cloud from the Ground Up

Jul 16, 2015 · Murray, United States of America

5:30-6:00 Food  6:00-7:00 Brave New World of Continuous Release 7:00-8:00 Building a Massively Scalable Cloud Service from the Ground Up 8:00 Door Prizes
Same great location as usual, see you there!
Brave New World of Continuous Release
While rapid release cycles provide numerous benefits for end-users and developers, it puts additional pressure on DevOps to make sure that a good application is provisioned with no mistakes. In this session, we will look at the release process from the binaries point of view. We will explain what are the processes and the methodologies for moving your build binaries between different phases until declared production-ready. In the second part of the session, we will show how business requirements can affect release procedures. We will discuss what it takes to customize the logic of the process in the context of CI servers and binary artifacts. We will demonstrate several common release methodologies and compare the pros and cons of each one.
Building a Massively Scalable Cloud Service from the Ground Up 
In this talk, we’ll go into excruciating technical detail about building a greenfield, massively scalable cloud service. As many of us are assembling open source and SaaS components to power our next generation applications, it seems as easy as choosing the leaders in each space and just gluing them together using APIs. This sentiment couldn’t possibly be more wrong. Along the path to constructing a scalable cloud service, there are many options and critical decisions to take. This talk covers our missteps and our revised successful choices of building Bintray. We will share our challenges and how it affected our approach towards issues like: segmenting the system; supporting horizontal scaling; physical vs virtual hosts; handling cross data center deployments; managing redundancy; and supporting a cloud-based development environment. Many of these approaches you can replicate in your own construction of your next cloud solution. Both Talks Given By - 
Mark Galpin is a Senior Solution Engineer at JFrog, the creators of the Artifactory Binary Repository and the home of Bintray.  For these products, JFrog won JavaOne 2011 and 2013 Duke Choice Awards. Before coming to JFrog in 2015, he spent eight years working on software, interoperability, and data standards as a contractor for the United States Army.  He played a major role in a number of efforts that improved communication between army software applications on the battlefield. As a JFrog solution engineer, Mark is responsible for working with partners to improve the continuous integration/continuous delivery environment.  He is also responsible for helping customers do cool things with Artifactory and Bintray, a task which is made much easier by the many cool features the JFrog team puts out.

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