Dave Farley introduces the ideas of Continuous Delivery as a practical everyday process, using some of the techniques and technologies from a real world project as an example.
Rachel Laycock discusses using a polyglot build and deployment infrastructure that makes life easier.
Marc Frons discusses the New York Times’ digital subscription model. Rajiv Pant shares their experiences transitioning to continuous delivery, and using NodeJS, Scala, cloud and big data.
Sprints, Scala, Scale & Serendipity: Blue Sky Thinking and Washing the Pots on the Road to Success at a Technology Startup
Ian Brookes and Rob Strange recount the journey and relationship of a Tech start-up and its software development partner, with the milestones and millstones along the way.
Stephen Nelson-Smith discusses the idea of financial intermediation in cloud computing and explores how to use the Chef cloud automation framework to make it easy to move between cloud providers.
John Esser and Russell Barnett discuss Ancestry.com’s SOA implementation capable of supporting continuous delivery, architectural standards used, and how continuous delivery works for them.
Marcelo Sousa Ancelmo discusses how DevOps and Agile can be used together to create services, mentioning strategies and tools needed for their continuous integration, delivery and deployment.
Jez Humble addresses the most important factors in implementing continuous delivery: organizational, architectural and process.
Robert Chatley discusses using the cloud to shorten the release cycle, to ensure scalability, and explains how to deploy to the cloud in a repeatable and reliable way.
Frank Harris and Nellwyn Thomas present the deployment process used by Etsy based on experiments.
Jesse Robbins explains how to evangelize & overcome cultural resistance to change while sharing his own painfully funny lessons on how not to do it.
Chuck Rossi unveils some of the tools and processes used by Facebook for pushing new updates every day.