Transformation from zero to shipping Production code daily
Section: Full talk Technical level: Advanced
The advent of DevOps has revamped the traditional application development process in a drastic way. The software industry is rapidly seeing the value of moving away from conventional ways of releasing code to more matured workflows enabling them to move faster.
We have seen a big transformation on how code is build, developed and executed. Journey from manual builds to script based deployment, script based to CI, CI to CD and so on. This change has brought a big paradigm shift no how the code is treated. Everything codified with no manual intervention is the new mantra in todays culture of application development. Infrastructure as Code hence has become the cornerstone to allow for the speed that DevOps demands and the management of multiple versions of multiple environments, to handle the CI builds being spun out by development. Infrastructure as Code (IaC) is a key element of DevOps philosophy with benefits for both development and operation teams.
What transpired this change and How this has benefitted the overall development lifecycle.?
What transpired this change
How DevOps/Cloud is changing on “how we ship code”.
How this has benefitted the overall development lifecycle.
What are different kinds of workflows?
Amit Patil is a Sr.Manager in Sapient’s DevOps and Cloud COE practice with 15+ years of industry experience in managing large complex infrastructure projects and delivering enterprise level project on Cloud, DevOps and Continuous Delivery framework across infrastructure space.
He specializes in digital transformation program with strong knowledge in managing and delivering Cloud and DevOps projects.
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