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DevOps for Infrastructure - Part 4: Infrastructure Pipelines with Code Stream

Start Date:6/25/2020

Start Time:10:00 AM PDT

Duration:60 minutes

Abstract:

CI/CD Pipelines provide the skeleton upon which any DevOps process is built. However, it was not until recently that the IT community started exploring and realizing the unique power of pipelining in infrastructure processes such as image building and promotion of infrastructure topologies through upstream environments for testing and staging.

In the fourth and last part of the DevOps for Infrastructure series, we will discuss why pipelines are the cornerstone of any solid DevOps implementation and explore their versatile application in infrastructure automation use cases.

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Speakers

Sam McGeown

Sam is a Senior Technical Marketing Manager for Automation in the Cloud Management Business Unit, and is based in the UK. Sam specialises in Cloud and Network automation and holds multiple high-level qualifications including VCDX7-CMA (#204) and VCIX-NV. Sam also blogs on www.definit.co.uk and you can follow him on Twitter @sammcgeown

Lefteris Marakas

Lefteris Marakas is a Product Marketing Manager in VMware’s Cloud Management Business Unit. During his time in VMware he has been driving messaging and positioning for VMware's cloud automation services. Before VMware Lefteris was a management consultant with McKinsey. He is passionate about trends that are shaping the future in the age of Clouds and has worked vastly on such topics as DevOps and programmable provisioning of workloads.

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