DevOps starts to deliver more value when it moves beyond breaking down team communication walls and the sharing of best practice starts to happen from all sides. In this talk Jonathan Relf discusses how “infrastructure as code” can help you build secure, up to date environments consciously & collaboratively. You will be introduced to some of the methods and tools he has used to automate and test building virtual machines. He illustrates this with his own career journey from a Developer moving into Operations and the benefits these approaches have brought.
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Includes the infamous “Water-Scrum-Fall”
A look at the effects of high performing organisations and the impact DevOps culture practices can have
Introduces the five stages of DevOps evolution
“Ends makes a compelling case that demonstrates how, over centuries, our changing relationship with death has led to the loss of our relationship with endings. ” - Amazon Affiliate link ISBN: 9163936445
Using VirtualBox, Packer, Boxstarter to create a build pipeline for producing repeatable Windows base images.