In this episode of DevOps Radio, John Willis, former Director of Ecosystems at Docker, shares everything from his experience in the early days of DevOps to his predictions of what the future holds.
In this special Jenkins World edition episode of DevOps Radio, Sacha Labourey, Jez Humble and Kohsuke Kawaguchi offer a sneak peak of what attendees can expect at Jenkins World 2017.
In this episode of DevOps Radio, Ronda Kiser-Oakes, director of the North American DevOps practice at Perficient, compares DevOps to sports and shares her advice on how to bring a competitive edge to software development.
In this episode of DevOps Radio, Patrick Debois, CTO of Small Town Heroes and founder of DevOps Days, discusses his vision behind the unification of IT teams through DevOps and the worldwide growth of this cultural IT phenomenon.
In this episode of DevOps Radio, Sacha Labourey, CEO at CloudBees, shares the details around the launch of Blue Ocean, the dramatic new UX implementation of Jenkins, as well as the Jenkins evolution from continuous integration to continuous delivery.
In this episode of DevOps Radio, Clive Longbottom, founder and analyst at Quocirca discusses how DevOps is transforming software development in Europe and offers his advice on the DevOps dilemma of tool proliferation.
In this episode of DevOps Radio, Sam Oyen, DevOps engineer at General Mills, talks about how she fell into DevOps, why she loves it, what she enjoyed best about Jenkins World and concludes with some advice for women in the IT industry.
In this episode of DevOps Radio, Brian Mericle, distinguished engineer at Choice Hotels International, discusses what the 75+ year-old hotel franchise is doing in terms of deployment while sharing his secrets for managing big DevOps teams.
Jayne Groll is the CEO and co-founder of DevOps Institute and an expert in IT training. She joins DevOps host, Andre Pino, to discuss how people can get training and certification in DevOps to bring value back to the organization and DevOps Institute’s role in the DevOps Express consortium.
Wen Gu is a product development leader, engineering manager for continuous integration and CTO for engineering effectiveness at Twitter. He was also a speaker at Jenkins World 2016. In this episode, special host and CEO of CloudBees, Sacha Labourey, chats with Wen about his moves from DevTools to DevOps, Intuit to Twitter and Hudson to Jenkins, covering the evolution of CI/CD and the tricky definition of DevOps.