Fix Your Configs Before You Wreck Your Release
||Upcoming IBM Middleware User Community Events
||Fix Your Configs Before You Wreck Your Release
||Kelsy Tibshraeny [Higher Logic]
||Jun 14, 2017 01:00 PM America/Eastern
||Jun 14, 2017 02:00 PM America/Eastern
||Speedy software releases are great. But speedy software releases free of configuration errors are even better. Agile and DevOps-oriented Dev teams work hard to deliver new software, but they are often in the dark regarding the latest Production-level configurations in their application, middleware, databases and operating systems. Capturing, comparing, and keeping configs in compliance is a time-consuming, error-prone mess for Ops teams – and nearly impossible for Dev.
This engineering-led webinar will review practical tips and tools for easily fixing your configs before they wreck your release.
Speakers: Robin Fuller is a co-founder of Orcaconfig and Chief Software Architect of Orca, the company’s flagship unified application release and configuration automation solution. Prior to Orcaconfig, Robin co-founded VaraLogix which was later acquired by BMC Software as part of their application deployment and DevOps portfolio. Earlier in his career, Robin was a Senior Software Engineer for IBM/ BuildForge.
Robin holds degrees in Mathematics and Engineering from Trinity College in Dublin.
Kristy McDougal leads Product Engineering for Orca. Prior to launching Orca, Kristy was a Senior Pre-Sales Consultant within BMC Software’s worldwide DevOps specialist team. Before BMC, Kristy held technical positions at VaraLogix, Virtual Bridges, Global Foundries, and Advanced Micro Devices. Her experience includes Unix systems administration, systems engineering, pre-sales consulting, and post-sales services. Kristy is ITIL Foundation certified and is an Electrical Engineering graduate of the University of Texas at Austin.
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