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Presentation: "Evolving Continuous Delivery"

Track: DevOps / Time: Monday 11:30 - 12:20 / Location: Rytmisk Sal, Musikhuset

Chris works in the high pressure, fast moving world of proprietary trading. Business needs are constantly evolving along with the markets we trade in, where sometimes the difference between success and failure can be measured in nanoseconds. As if that weren't enough, we can never forget about compliance. Or data integrity. Or packet loss. Or vast volumes of market data. Or NUMA zones…

In this talk, Chris describes the evolution of the Continuous Integration and Deployment systems he currently works with. By discussing what's worked well and not so well over the past year we explore the blurring line between tools, teams and processes. The system is always evolving, but it's already reached the stage where one of the developers on the team said "I've just realised I don't have root on our production boxes - but that's ok as I've been able to do everything I need to without even missing it…"

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Chris Read, Senior Systems Engineer

Chris Read

Biography: Chris Read

Chris Read currently works at DRW where he helps developers and operations deliver more value faster. He used to work for ThoughtWorks as a Principal Technical Consultant and Infrastructure Specialist.

This means he helps developers understand the environments they are developing for, and helps infrastructure people build better systems. His specialties are Unix (any flavour), scripting and networking. He has done time as a Developer and as a Sys Admin, but now he is both...