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How National Bank of Canada Evaluated and Selected A Continuous Delivery Solution


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Thursday, September 10, 2020
3 pm EDT

Who is National Bank of Canada:

National Bank of Canada is the sixth largest commercial bank in Canada. It is headquartered in Montreal, has branches in most Canadian provinces and serves ~3 million customers. National Bank of Canada manages $289 billion in assets across four major business segments - Personal and Commercial, Wealth Management, Financial Markets, and US Specialty Finance / International.

National Bank of Canada was in a deployment world that was hardly continuous. Processes across teams were inconsistent with a lot of manual involvement and scripting. This impacted their deployment velocity and time- to-market drastically.  Developers used to spend hours deciding whether the deployments were successful before a decision was made to keep the version or to roll back.

In this webinar, you’ll learn how National Bank of Canada evaluated several Continuous Delivery solutions to:

  • Automate and standardize their deployment pipelines for better and consistent deployment velocity across teams
  • Create a fully automated onboarding experience for the internal development teams, facilitated by a CD platform
  • Utilize machine learning to ensure deployments are successful with automatic rollback
  • Expand their release strategy to canary deployments
  • Achieve zero manual intervention, saving costs and increasing deployment velocity through deployment automation.
Paul Aristide KENDO-PINDI
DevOps Technical Lead - National Bank of Canada
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CMO - Harness
Steve is CI/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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