The Reality of Managing Microservices in Your CD Pipeline

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Sponsored by deployhub


Wednesday, April 29, 2020
11am ET
 
As we shift from monolithic software development practices to microservices, our well-designed CD pipeline will need to change. Microservices are small functions, deployed independently and linked via APIs at run-time.  While these differences seem minor, they actually have a large impact on your overall CD structure. Think hundreds of workflows, small of any builds and the loss of a monolithic 'application.' 
 
Join Tracy Ragan, CEO of DeployHub and Brendan O'Leary, Developer Evangelist at GitLab, to learn more.
 
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Tracy Ragan
CEO - DeployHub
Tracy is an expert in configuration management practices and the process of migrating to microservices.  She currently serves as a board member of the Continuous Delivery Foundation (Linux Foundation) where she is the General Member Representative.  She also served on the Eclipse Foundation board as a 'founding member' for 5 years. In 2017, Tracy and her team recognized the shift in pipeline management that the new container-based architecture would require. This led to the formation of DeployHub, a new product and a company focused on bringing continuous microservice configuration and inventory management to market for high performing software teams. 
Brendan O'Leary
Developer Evangelist - GitLab
Brendan has a passion for software development and iterating on processes just as quickly as we iterate on code. He is a zealous advocate for the user experience. Brendan can still remember what his first computer - a Tandy 2000 - felt like to use (and break.,..sorry Dad).  Working with customers to deliver value is what drives Brendan's passion for DevOps and smooth CI/CD implementation. Brendan has worked with a wide range of customers - from the nation's top healthcare institutions to environmental services companies to the Department of Defense.  He is also a CI/CD and Jira expert

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