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Last Updated Sep 23, 2013 — DevOps Expert

Looking ahead to the Jenkins User Conference in Palo Alto


Jenkins logoHow time flies! It's already almost time for a couple of talks at JavaOne, and then we're back on the West Coast on Wednesday, October 23rd for the Jenkins User Conference in Palo Alto. I'll be talking about "Preparing for Enterprise Continuous Delivery: 5 Critical Steps", sharing our experiences in helping organizations get their CD initiatives up and running and identify key prerequisites and action items early:

  • What are core practices for CD in an enterprise environment?
  • How do I prepare for a successful implementation?
  • How do I set practical goals and track and measure progress of my CD implementation?
As ever, our friends at CloudBees have done a great job setting up and coordinating the event and putting together a really interesting programme. KK's mastery of Jenkins will be instructive and awe-inspiring as ever, and I'm also especially looking forward to a whole host of stories of Jenkins use within the enterprise. We're certainly excited to be able to share some of our experience on implementing Continuous Delivery with Jenkins in large organizations...look forward to seeing you there! If you can't make it to Palo Alto, catch the talks on LiveStream.

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