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Modernizing CI/CD in Financial Services


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Wednesday, March 10, 2021
1 p.m. ET
Eagle Investments is an American Global provider of financial services technology and a subsidiary of BNY Mellon. They provide portfolio management, investment accounting and performance measurement software to financial institutions. Eagle is headquartered in Wellesley, MA and has 15 offices internationally.
In 2020, Eagle Investments recognized the need to modernize and scale their existing Continuous Delivery process. DevOps and engineering teams wanted to move from a bi-weekly release cadence to a place where developers could deploy on commit, using canary deployments, guardrails, and automated rollback, all while retaining governance and compliance. The engineering ops team evaluated several vendors including Spinnaker, Cloudbees, and Azure Devops, and Harness.
You’ll hear from the engineering ops lead at Eagle Investments on their goals, key requirements, challenges, and experiences of modernizing a Continuous Delivery process within a highly regulated financial services environment.
James Fong
Director of Engineering Ops - BNY Mellon – Data & Analytics Solutions
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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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