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Silos Are for Farmers: Production Deployments Using All Your Team
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| by Julian Simpson Follow 0 Followers on Jun 14, 2010 | NOTICE: The next QCon is in San Francisco Nov 13-17, 2017. Join us!
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Summary
Julian Simpson recommends practices to bring together development and operations, like: collaboration, don’t use email for internal communication, respect everyone, have lunch with the other team, discuss problems, joined retrospectives and stand-up meetings, co-locate sysadmins and developers, teach sysadmin to use VC, use CI and continues deployment, separate binaries and configuration files.

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Bio

Julian Simpson started in technical support and has been a Unix system administrator for many years. After running his own business connecting people to the Internet, he worked on large software builds, continuous integration and deployment at ThoughtWorks for 4 years. Currently, he is working for a media company doing build and release management and production system administration.

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