Continuous Discussions (#c9d9): Episode 23 Recap – Huge Scale Deployments

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Deploying to 10 or 20 servers can be complicated. But what are some of the tools, tips and patterns for successfully deploying to 1,000’s of servers around the world? This morning on Continuous Discussions we walked through some recommendations and best practices for supporting Huge-Scale deployments (which also apply to deployments, in general). Watch the recording of the episode to learn about fidelity of environments and processes, monitoring tips, feature-flags, blue/green and canary deployments, and more.

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This episode features:

Andrew SiemerAndrew Siemer Chief Architect at Clear Measure. Farmer at Friendly Pastures. Father of 6. Author. Maker. Tinkerer. Software generalist. @asiemer |
Malcolm IsaacsMalcolm Isaacs Malcolm is a Technologist with passions for Agile, DevOps, Quality, and Mobile; bringing stories from the field, and always up for a good run. @MalcolmIsaacs | HP Community
Seb RoseSeb Rose Dispassionate software developer/consultant/coach working with teams adopting and refining their agile practices. @sebrose |
Simon McCartneySimon McCartney Software developer & Systems Engineer with experience in large scale web apps, public cloud operations & building software delivery pipelines to support & maintain them. @simonmcc |




On the next episode of Continuous Discussions:

dev-velocity Episode 24: Supporting Development Velocity Downstream

Join us on August 25  to discuss best practices and tips for supporting development velocity downstream.- from code check-in all the way through deployment and into the hands of your end users. Add the event to your calendar » This episode will feature:

Aaron NicholsAaron Nichols Aaron is an Infrastructure Engineer focused on helping dev teams build systems which are resilient, transparent, and embrace change. @anichols |
Christopher ClarkChristopher Clark Chris is co-founder of ePantry, a subscription eCommerce company. He was previously director of product & engineering at Kaggle. @cclark |
Seb RoseDarrel O'Pry Aside from being the CEO, Darrel is responsible crafting development operations for The Spry Group and it's clients @dopry |
David MohundroDavid Mohundro Software developer, architect, and craftsman with over 10 years of experience. Interested in OSS, .NET, JavaScript, Swift, Ruby, DevOps. @drmohundro |
Simon McCartneyMark Tomlinson Mark is a performance engineering and software testing consultant helping to improve strategies, practices and behaviors around performance. @mtomlins |

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