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Top CI/CD Pipeline Patterns


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Sponsored by harness

Thursday, April 29, 2021
3 p.m. ET

Your CI/CD pipeline is the main conduit to get your ideas into production. Unlike design patterns with programming languages that can be almost identical between organizations, CI/CD pipelines can be incredibly unique to each team. At Harness, we analyzed over 100 customer pipelines to start to build patterns on how best-in-class DevOps teams are delivering their CI/CD pipelines.

In this webinar, we will go over what we observed and what can be learned from peer organizations. In conjunction with a recent book we published at Harness, we will be going over the top five most popular patterns.

Three Take-a-ways:

  • Patterns are evolving to fit the needs of the organization.
  • Conway’s law can still be influential in how CI/CD pipelines are crafted.
  • The level of automation is up to you and organizational risk.
Ravi Lachhman
Evangelist - Harness
Ravi Lachhman is an evangelist at Harness. Prior to Harness, Ravi was an evangelist at AppDynamics. Ravi has held various sales and engineering roles at Mesosphere, Red Hat, and IBM helping commercial and federal clients build the next generation of distributed systems. Ravi enjoys traveling the world with his stomach and is obsessed with Korean BBQ.

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