Best Practices for Scaling Continuous Integration And Continuous Delivery

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206 S 5th Ave #300 · Ann Arbor, MI

How to find us

We will be on the 3rd floor. When exiting the elevator, use its south-side doors

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Details

Topic:
Best Practices for Scaling Continuous Integration And Continuous Delivery (CI/CD) Across Large Enterprises

Agenda:
6:00 - 6:30 Dinner and Networking
6:30 - 7:45 Presentation
7:45 - 8:00 Open discussion, Retrospective

Note:
For this meetup we will be experimenting with two-way video-conferencing, because two of our four presenters will be at remote locations.

Some Parking Options:
Free, but conditional parking in the county courthouse's surface lot and underground garage, between 5:30pm and 3:00am weekdays and between 5:30pm Friday and 3:00am Monday:
140 E Ann St, Ann Arbor, MI
(South-side of the road)

$1.20/hour Garage Parking in the Fourth & Washington Structure:
123 E Washington St, Ann Arbor, MI
(North-side of the road)

$1.20/hour Garage Parking in the Library Lane Parking Structure
Two Entrances, Either
319 S 5th Ave, Ann Arbor, MI
(East-side of the road)
Or
324 S Division St, Ann Arbor, MI
(West-side of the road)

Speaker Bios:
Chris Gallivan is an Ann Arbor native who heads DevOps Enablement and ICT Quality Engineering for FiatChrysler Automobiles. Chris is passionate about DevOps and the value it brings to humanity.

Guru Prasad Sane is a seasoned DevOps Architect at FiatChrysler Automobiles. Guru has extensive hands on experience in developing “enterprise-grade” CI/CD solutions at FiatChrysler. Guru is passionate about all things related to coding.

Bryan Tharpe is a Solution Principle at Slalom Consulting working in the American Airlines DevOps Dojo in Dallas, Texas. Bryan has broad experience across all topics related to DevOps. Bryan is passionate about accelerating the 3 ways of DevOps across large organizations.

Bryan Finster is the Founder and Product Owner of the Walmart DevOps Dojo in Bentonville, Arkansas. Bryan is a passionate advocate for the humane environment that occurs when you are able to deliver value daily without drama.