Continuous Discussions (#c9d9) Podcast: Episode 41 – Creating an Internal Dev/Test Cloud

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The need to speed up feedback loops, simplify dev/test processes and collaboration, and also save on infrastructure costs -- have led many organizations to create a private Dev/Test cloud to standardize their processes, tooling and environments across teams. This morning on #c9d9 we discussed some of the challenges and prerequisites for enabling a self-service shared platform for your software delivery pipeline across dev and test, and some tips and best practices for getting started.

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This episode features:

chris riley
Chris Riley Helping bringing #DevOps to the enterprise. Analyst @fixateio @HoardingInfo |
Himanshu Chhetri
Himanshu Chhetri CTO @ Addteq, specializing in DevOps & Atlassian Tools implementation. @0xhimanshu |
Kelly Looney
Kelly Looney Regional Consulting Manager at Skytap. @krlooney |
Phil Dougherty
Phil Dougherty Phil has over 10 years of experience building the backbone of the internet - from multi-continent private cloud environments, to fully automated public cloud infrastructure powering mobile commerce APIs. @phildougherty |



On the next episode of Continuous Discussions:

release pipelines Episode 42: Release Pipelines

Join us on May 31 , to discuss tips for streamlining your release pipelines . This episode will feature:

Gioia Ballin c9d9
Gioia Ballin Software engineer with experience in Python, Java, Scala. Currently working at the backend infrastructure of the analytics services provided by Measurence. Blogger when everyone is sleeping. @GioiaBallin |
Jamie Ingilby c9d9
Jamie Ingilby A passionate continuous delivery focused software development leader, always searching for good coffee. @jamiei
J. Paul Reed c9d9 devops podcast
J. Paul Reed J. Paul Reed has over 15 years experience in the trenches as a build/release engineer, working with such companies as VMware, Mozilla, Symantec, and Salesforce. He speaks internationally on release engineering, DevOps, operational complexity, and human factors. @jpaulreed |

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