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No Downtime in Production: A DevOps Toolkit for Safer CI/CD


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Continuous delivery is a best practice goal for many teams who want to innovate faster. But the risk of constantly exposing new code to end users is one that some organizations simply cannot tolerate. Production errors create costly downtime—leaving engineering teams frustrated, customers dissatisfied and the business at a loss.

What if you could reap the benefits of continuous delivery without the risk and automatically resolve errors before they impact end users?

Feature management and application performance monitoring are two essential tools in the modern DevOps toolkit that make releasing software safer—helping even the most risk-averse teams embrace continuous delivery.

In this webinar, you will learn:

  • How to implement feature management and performance monitoring for granular control over releases and rollbacks
  • How to reduce the blast radius of changes to ensure performance
  • How to automatically remediate production errors
  • How tools like LaunchDarkly and Datadog in AWS Marketplace can help you deliver more reliable features to customers faster
Ara Pulido
Staff Developer Advocate - Datadog
Ara Pulido has been working on open source infrastructure and system engineering for the past 15 years. She worked for Canonical for 9 years, helping to make Ubuntu a great developer and IoT platform. After that, she worked 2.5 years full time on Kubernetes projects. Today, she is a staff developer advocate at Datadog, a job that allows her to continue learning new technology and teaching it to others. She is a certified Kubernetes administrator. She lives in Malaga, Spain, where she can enjoy three of her favorite free time activities: hiking during spring and autumn; snorkeling, during summer; and going for tapas with friends all year round.
Daniel O’Brien
Ecosystem Engineer - LaunchDarkly
Dan O'Brien leads Ecosystem Engineering at LaunchDarkly where he integrates feature management with technology partners across the software development lifecycle. He has over 10 years of experience, having held roles as a DevOps engineer for IBM's MaaS360 and an implementation specialist for the cloud provider Linode. He is passionate about making developers' lives easier by connecting tools they use every day to unlock new capabilities and save time through automation. When he's not working, Dan likes to spend time with his wife and kids taking care of their little zoo of animals.

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