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How Linedata Streamlined CI/CD and Optimized AWS Cloud Spend


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Thursday, June 25, 2020
11 am EDT

Over the past few years, Linedata has been transforming itself into a cloud-native next-generation asset management platform with annual revenues of over 170 million euros, operating a global DevOps practice across 20 offices worldwide. These innovations give Linedata’s customers more flexibility, transparency, cost efficiency, and faster access to enhancements. Andrey Budzar, Head of DevOps at Linedata is leading this transformation to migrate from traditional monolith on-premises applications to microservice and serverless architectures running in Amazon Web Services and Microsoft Azure.

As part of this migration, Andrey was forced to re-think his globally distributed team's CI/CD and infrastructure provisioning strategy for cloud-native products, moving away from traditional static infrastructure deployment tools and scripting to more cloud-native solutions like Harness Continuous Delivery as a Service and HashiCorp Terraform. In this webinar, you'll learn from Andrey's first-hand experiences around:

    • Migrating to microservice and Serverless architectures running in the public cloud while integrating with existing software
    • Implementing fully automated and dynamic CI/CD pipelines using Harness and HashiCorp Terraform
    • Empowering Engineering and Business teams with self-service deployments
    • Streaming cloud spend with dynamic environment and infrastructure provisioning
    • Reducing and eliminating cloud waste via automation facilitated by Harness and HashiCorp Terraform
Andrey Budzar
Director, AMP Cloud Platform and DevOps - Linedata
Andrey Budzar is currently leading the DevOps and Cloud transformation at Linedata, the services, data and technology solutions provider to global asset managers. Andrey has previously lead DevOps teams, and architected distributed microservices in AWS. In another life, Andrey was a Systems Engineer running production barely writing a single line of code, before transitioning to Engineering. This gives him a unique perspective on the challenges of implementing a DevOps culture.
Steve Burton
CMO - Harness
Steve is CD Geek at Harness. Prior to Harness, Steve did Geek stuff at AppDynamics, Moogsoft and Glassdoor. Steve started his career as a Java developer back in 2004 at Sapient. When he's not playing around with tech he's normally watching F1 or researching cars on the web. @BurtonSays

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