Quick rundown of the language for those who haven't done the tour yet, followed by some interesting examples of idiomatic Go, and capped off with a discussion of how Go's language design and conventions encourage robust engineering.
presented by: Matt Parlmer
Ritchie Latimore will tell us about:
• the setup of each of the tools
• what it like to configure/deploy a multi-container application on each
• the pros/cons he's seen with them
• potential pitfalls
• container management tools his team is currently using for in house projects
• things they're potentially planning to use them for in the future
Documentation is important, but creating good documentation and keeping it up to date can be difficult. Let's have a group discussion about strategies for generating and maintaining useful documentation. Please plan to bring at least a few ideas to share. What's worked well for your team? What hasn't been as effective as you'd have hoped? Tools, processes, and principles are all welcome.
Training Start Date - 1 March 2016
scmGalaxy Advantage - 1. Life time Enrolment - Once you enrol, its life time enrolment. That means you can attend any number of session, any time without paying another time for DevOps and Build & Release.
2. Two Course One Fee - Build & Release and DevOps courses are together is being offered to our students.
Agenda of the training
DevOps - http://www.scmgalaxy.com/training/devops-training.html
Build and Release - http://scmgalaxy.com/training/build-and-release-engineer-training.html
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We use version control for code, and talk about how immutability reduces software design, but rarely is immutability used at the infrastructural level.
This talk will explain the philosophy around immutable infrastructure, and show examples of how you can use Packer and AWS to achieve simple, easy, and effective server management.
presented by Kevin Greene