Continuous Discussions (#c9d9) Podcast: Episode 57 – DevOps and Docker at Scale

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Containers are all the rage, and their adoption rates among enterprises is on the rise. This morning on #c9d9 we discussed DevOps and Docker at scale.

  • How do Containers power DevOps?

  • What are some of the challenges with Containers?

  • How do you successfully incorporate Docker into Enterprise pipelines, alongside legacy and traditional apps?

  • How do you go from a local Docker Engine or a single-node setup to Production?

  • How do you do it all at scale?

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This episode features:

Chris Riley Helping bringing #DevOps to the enterprise. Analyst @fixateio @HoardingInfo |

Dillon Culpepper Software Developer at Code Authority. DevOps Specialist. Involved in Startup Strategy, Agile Culture, Cloud Infrastructure, Continuous Delivery. @okcompuder |

Jim Bugwadia Founder at Nirmata; DevOps practitioner. @JimBugwadia |

On the next episode of Continuous Discussions:

Episode 58: Standardizing and Scaling DevOps Across the Organization

Join us Tuesday, December 6 , at 10am PT for another episode of #c9d9 when we'll talk about best practices for scaling DevOps across the enterprise with standardization of processes and consolidation of tools and environments. Add the event to your calendar »

This episode will feature:

André Girard Industry analyst with @VDC_Research - covering software and systems development solutions & trends, Agile, DevOps, IoT, ALM, PLM. @AndreAtVDC |

Daniel Foo Works as software developer. A Certified Scrum controller and Microsoft Certified Solutions Expert. Ride horses and write blogs during his free time. @hellodanielfoo |

Marc Priolo SCM with over 15 years as a consultant, DBA, TS manager, and RM manager experience. My current focus is Continuous Delivery & DevOps.

Add the event to your calendar » Continuous Discussions (#c9d9) podcasts air every other Tuesday.

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