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Zero to 1000+ Applications - Large Scale CD Adoption at Cisco with Spinnaker and OpenShift

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Sponsored by Red Hat Marketplace and opsmx


Friday, September 25, 2020
1 pm EDT

As part of its Cloud-native transformation, Cisco needed to modernize its software delivery process. Scalability, multi-cloud deployment to its OpenShift environment and public clouds, and the ability to support Cisco’s extensive policy, compliance, and security requirements made open source Spinnaker a logical choice for a modern continuous delivery platform.

As one of the world’s top technology providers with one of the largest and most diverse software development organizations, Cisco had to overcome some unique challenges to be able to onboard 10,000+ developers, 1000+ monolithic and non-cloud native applications, and achieve the high availability and reliability needed to support mission-critical production applications.

Join us for this new webinar as Balaji Siva, VP of Products at OpsMx engages Anil Anaberumutt, IT architect at Cisco, and Red Hat Sr. Solutions Architect, Vikas Grover, in a discussion about Cisco’s CD challenges and the lessons learned, best practices implemented, and  key results achieved on their CD transformation journey from zero to over 1000 applications.

BALAJI SIVA
VP of Product - OpsMx
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Anil Anaberumutt
Technical Systems Architect - Cisco Systems
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Vikas Grover
Sr. Solutions Architect - Red Hat

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