Continuous Discussions (#c9d9) Podcast: Episode 43 – DevOps and CD for non-web applications

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If you think that DevOps is only for web apps - think again! Some of the largest organizations in the world – doing Hardware manufacturing, embedded systems and IoT – are proving the value of DevOps for the delivery of complex physical products that are integrated with software components. This morning on #c9d9 we talked about DevOps and Continuous Delivery for non-web Applications.

  • What are the differences between CD for web-ware and firm-ware?
  • What are the challenges and patterns for successfully implementing DevOps for non-web apps?

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This episode features:

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 |
Mark Dalton c9d9Mark Dalton Enabling Enterprise Software for Continuous Everything. @mdalton323 |
stephen hendrick c9d9 devops
Stephen Hendrick ESG Industry Analyst covering application development and deployment software. @sdh_esg |



On the next episode of Continuous Discussions:

devops continuous improvement Episode 44: Continuous Improvement

Join us on June 28 , to discuss best practices for fostering an environment of Continuous Improvement .


This episode will feature:

Chris Nicola
Chris Nicola Co-founder and CTO of @wealthbar and found of Vancouver @polyglotconf. Building for the web with Rails and Angular. VIm user. @chrismnicola |
Daniel Rolnick
Daniel Rolnick Daniel is the CTO of Yodle, a SaaS platform for small businesses, where continuous delivery is a way of life. @YodleTech |
Pete Grant
Pete Grant Pete is an architect specialising in automated testing, push button deployments and team organisation for business intelligence. @petejgrant |

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