UPDATE: 12.feb 21:19
Tomorrow's #vblatu talk is unfortunately canceled due to presenter's last minute personal emergency.
Sorry about the last minute cancellation. We'll stay in touch with Tomaž Muraus and hopefully we'll be able reschedule the highly anticipated talk about "Continuous Delivery and Infrastructure Automation".
A young, but seasoned engineer Tomaž Muraus from Rackspace (San Francisco) will talk about his hands-on experience on delivering software at large scale.
About the talk
Nowadays software and requirements are changing at a rapid pace and users are demanding zero down time and new features all the time. A lot of companies are struggling with satisfying those needs because they are using old and dated methodologies and approaches.
In this talk Tomaž is going to present what continuous delivery is, how it compares to other approaches, what type of products is it useful for, what are the benefits of using it and how it can help satisfy those needs and minimize risk. Tomaž will also present continuous delivery in practice using Rackspace Cloud Monitoring (multi-region / global deployment) and Rackspace Service Registry (single-region deployment) projects as an example.
About Tomaz Muraus
Tomaz Muraus is a Racker and a project lead for the Rackspace Service Registry product. He is also a project chair of Apache Libcloud, an open-source project which deals with cloud interoperability.
Before working on Service Registry he worked on Cloud Monitoring product and before joining Rackspace, he worked at a Y-Combinator startup Cloudkick, helping customers manage and monitor their infrastructure.
In his free time, he loves writing code, contributing to open-source projects, advocating for software freedom, going to the gym and cycling.
Be sure to check out his Github page at https://github.com/Kami