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Integrating your toolchain to support Continuous Delivery can be extremely challenging. Different environments, tools and processes make for long lead times. Join Darryl Bowler, Solution Architect as Darryl demonstrations how Serena Deployment Automation can reduce lead times by automating infrastructures tools such as Docker and Puppet.
Serena announces the latest release of Software Deployment Automation which focuses on helping customers manage their Development-to-Production lifecycle with unprecedented visibility, velocity and control.
Join Julian Fish and Mark Levy to learn about the latest capabilities of the new release. We’ll start with a quick overview of the product and quickly dive into a live product demonstration highlighting the new features.
Your business depends on software. It's critical to deliver software in a fast, reliable, and efficient manner but the enterprise IT landscape is complex, sophisticated, dynamic and frequently chaotic causing frequent delays, missed opportunities and an inability to satisfy the needs of the business. Continuous Delivery is a software development discipline where you build software in such a way that the software can be released to production at any time. How will Continuous Delivery solve IT's inability to satisfy the business? How can they begin to implement Continuous Delivery? This webcast will go over the best practices and patterns that support Continuous Delivery in the Enterprise.
Everyone wants faster delivery and higher quality at lower cost. But organizations with large, complex IT environments inevitably struggle to achieve this. In this webinar, Jez will discuss what makes a high performance IT organization, how you can start and sustain your journey, and how to deal with the typical obstacles you will face.
Come join us as Darryl Bowler and Julian Fish demonstrate how Serena Deployment Automation integrates the “end-to-end” toolchain and automates the continuous delivery deployment pipeline. You will discover how you can:
We will discuss how continuous testing can ensure quality throughout the application lifecycle from development, testing, release and actual user experiences. In this webinar you will learn:
Optimizing and automating infrastructure configuration is very much top of mind in the DevOps community as “Infrastructure as Code” practices attempts to address the scale and complexity of today’s IT infrastructures. In this month’s Serena DevOps Drive-In webcast, industry luminary and co-Founder of CFEngine, Mark Burgess, will forecast the future of configuration management and how configuration management plays a key role in improving DevOps processes like Continuous Delivery.
Automating your deployment process removes potential for human error, reduces risk, and brings reliability and repeatability to your application deployments. In this recorded live webinar featuring Datical CTO Robert Reeves, we demonstrate how to automate your deployment process to support Continuous Delivery by keeping your application code in sync with your database changes.
As the DevOps movement approaches it’s 5 year anniversary of its first devopsdays, it’s time to take a moment to reflect on what the movement has achieved, how has it lived up to its principles and goals and where it’s going next. Are we heading for a DevOps 2.0 or is it a daily build that continues to improve. Come join Patrick Debois on our August DevOps DriveIn, as he shares his insights into the current state and direction of the DevOps movement.
For over 20 years ITIL has reigned supreme as undisputed king of the IT infrastructure operations while Dev people opted not to play at all on the infrastructure side. But now relative newcomer DevOps has pulled the rug out from under King ITIL. DevOps has reshaped the entire landscape around releasing new projects into an established infrastructure environment. So who will win in the end?
Join George Spalding, co-author of ITILv3, and Mark Levy, DevOps Evangelist, as they battle it out on July 25th at the Serena DevOps Drive-In arena.
Building a DevOps culture requires more than installing a configuration management system, using a source code repository, and telling your teams "Ok, now we are all doing DevOps." Organizational culture is comprised of a shared set of values and behaviors. Tools help us create process, which in turn influences our behaviors. Unfortunately, tools alone aren't enough to create a stable culture for collaboration that we now think of as DevOps. Join Mandi Walls, author of the ebook “Building a DevOps Culture” and Serena Software as we outlines strategies for building a DevOps culture, including aligning incentives, defining meaningful and achievable goals, and creating a supportive team environment.
Don’t get stung by the challenges of implementing continuous delivery improvements in your organization! Continuous Delivery provides a significant competitive business advantage when the path to production is integrated and automated. Join Cloudbees and Serena Software to learn the key practices to implementing Continuous Delivery in the enterprise and automating your way to success.
Guest Speaker: Bola Rotibi, Research Director CIC, Hosted by: Greg Sikes, VP, Product Officer – Release Management, Serena Software. Bola Rotibi and Greg Sikes discuss the key challenges of achieving Continuous Delivery, focusing on the drivers and inhibitors of continuous delivery in the enterprise.
Guest Speaker: Gene Kim, Hosted by: Jonathan Thorpe, DevOps Evangelist Gene Kim, author of "The Phoenix Project: A Novel About IT, DevOps, and Helping Your Business Win" answers the most frequently asked DevOps questions he has encountered during his time spent with high-performing organizations.
Speaker: Richard Michaels, Quality Assurance and Release Manager for Eaton Vance. Have you ever wondered how you can bring order to your software release process without becoming a bottleneck? In this webcast Richard Michaels, Quality Assurance and Release Manager for Eaton Vance, will explain how Eaton Vance transformed their software release process.
Panelists: Dave West and Damon Edwards. Hosted by: Jonathan Thorpe, DevOps Evangelist. Have you ever wondered how DevOps practices can be applied in your organization? Do you think it’s impossible or impractical for your organization? Damon and Dave discussed approaches to DevOps in organizations like yours.
Keeping track of application development can be a challenge. New Requests and demands for updates come through from business users all the time, while focusing on what is the highest priority also has to be managed. So how do you plan ahead? Join Serena to learn how development teams can adopt better planning and prioritization, as well as how to feed that information back to the business.
Tools like Jenkins, Puppet and Chef are frequently used as part of a DevOps automation solution. Building a full release management solution which includes DevOps automation using open source software alone can be done successfully but at the cost of needing to have large teams of experts to chain things together. Commercial software can help bridge the gap and make you productive without needing large teams to create and maintain your tools.
Watch this replay and hear Matt Stratton, Director of Technical Operations at Apartments.com, as he explains how to transition to an Agile and DevOps-focused delivery team, how agile change and release management is crucial for supporting 24/7 highly available websites and applications, ways to empower Dev to migrate code and configuration changes without depending on Ops, and how to provide visibility to both Dev and Ops into the release of the changes in to production.
Noted Release Management expert, Eric Kunkel of MMA Technologies, will share his DevOps experiences. Over the last 15 years, Eric has designed and implemented release management processes and solutions for several different organizations. Benefits that these organizations have received include:
• reduced application deployment time of over 90%,
• reduced application failures by 80%, and
• reduced application delivery costs.