Continuous Discussions (#c9d9) Podcast: Episode 48 – Process-as-Code

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This morning on #c9d9 we talked about Process-as-Code. DevOps at scale requires predictability and consistency. Your application code is versioned. Infrastructure-as-code defines your environments. But what about the process?  How do you define your processes as code? What are some use cases and best-practices for ensuring your automation is versionable, testable, and repeatable.

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This episode features:

David-Blank Edelman Technical Evangelist (with a hard 'g') for Apcera. USENIX board member. Talkin' about System Administration/DevOps/SRE, Perl, and stuff. @OtterBook |
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 chassy c9d9 devops podcast
Mark Chassy Mark is learning how to make himself dispensable with automation and continuous data... @mark_chassy
Michael Wittig c9d9 devops podcast
Michael Wittig Cloud Specialist. Author of Amazon Web Services in Action. Software Engineer, Speaker, Teacher and Consultant. @hellomichibye |



On the next episode of Continuous Discussions:


Episode 49: Deployment Patterns

Join us on September 6 , to discuss best practices for advanced deployment patterns and deployment pipelines.  


This episode will feature:


Flynn Father, photographer, thirty-year computing veteran. Currently solving problems for @datawireio. @datawireio |


john harris c9d9 devops podcast
John Harris Snake, Gopher & Whale handler. Frequent Flyer. Automates all the things. Continuous Delivery Evangelist. @johnharris85 |
viktor farcicViktor Farcic Software Architect at Everis, coded using plethora of languages, with his current favorites being Scala and Javascript, even though most of his office hours are spent with Java. @vfarcic |

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