Continuous Discussions (#c9d9) Podcast: Episode 47 – Open Source and DevOps
Written by: Electric Bee
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This morning on #c9d9 we talked about Open Source and DevOps. Open Source software is everywhere. Many of us are using open source tools to build our products, and many more have open source components inside of our product's code and our infrastructure. What are the benefits of using Open Source? What are the challenges for enterprise pipelines? How does DevOps help mitigating the risks- such as quality concerns, security concerns, legal concerns, and more.
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This episode features:
Chris Stump Full stack Chicago Ruby on Rails developer who's big on Docker, Linux, and DevOps. Currently works at Airspace Technologies. @ccstump | chrisstump.online
Eduardo Piairo DBAdmin & DevOps; Always ready to learn about SQL management and optimization, database source control, continuous integration and delivery @EdPiairo | www.eduardopiairo.com
Moritz Lenz Software engineer, architect, and contributor to the Perl 6 language. He works at noris network, where he set up the Continuous Delivery pipeline. He's currently writing a book on automating deployments. @nogoodnickleft | perlgeek.de/blog-en.cgi
On the next episode of Continuous Discussions:
Episode 48: Process-as-Code
Join us on August 23 , to discuss benefits and best practices for coding your processes and automation.
This episode will feature:
David-Blank Edelman Technical Evangelist (with a hard 'g') for Apcera. USENIX board member. Talkin' about System Administration/DevOps/SRE, Perl, and stuff @OtterBook | www.apcera.com/blog
Juni Mukherjee Author of "Continuous Delivery Pipeline - Where Does It Choke? ". @JuniTweets | techbeacon.com/contributors/juni-mukherjee
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 | jpaulreed.com
Mark Chassy Mark is learning how to make himself dispensable with automation and continuous data... @mark_chassy
Michael Wittig Cloud Specialist. Author of Amazon Web Services in Action. Software Engineer, Speaker, Teacher and Consultant. @hellomichibye | cloudonaut.io
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